How to distinguish between solid wood furniture and veneer furniture


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For the same tree, the density and wood grain of the heart and bark are different, so the color is also different, and the difference is more obvious after the varnish is applied. There will be differences in different parts of the same plank. The solid wood furniture is all spliced ​​(straight or plugged), so the solid wood surface will have color difference, but the size is different. Solid wood furniture will have color difference in the splicing and assembling, try to minimize the color difference, but the white wood does not look very good. Clearly, the color difference becomes obvious after painting, which is also a factor that is difficult to control.

The solid wood jigsaw will put the good side on one side, which is the front side, and the back side will be inside the cabinet or the place that is usually invisible. Many customers find it difficult to accept the big difference between inside and outside. Just imagine if Ruchen went to pick a wood panel with both sides intact, one side could make several pieces of furniture, so the cost would be much higher, it is estimated to be at least twice the price.

Different woods have different chromatic aberrations, some woods have large chromatic aberrations and some are small. Generally, the greater the density, the greater the color difference. The world is so magical, things always have advantages and disadvantages, two-sided.

After getting to know the solid wood furniture, let's talk about the leather furniture. The first board of the leather furniture is affixed on the artificial board, some with solid wood veneer, and some with artificial leather. Because it is very thin, the two pieces of leather are originally suitable or only 4mm, 8mm apart... So the wood grain and color difference of the two similar pieces of leather are almost the same. Such leather-clad furniture has very little color difference, and the wood grain is similar. This is an important basis for us to distinguish between plywood and solid wood.