Wednesday, 25 April 2012

INDIAN PINE TABLE


The wood of a coniferous tree Pine tree is called Pine wood. It is also known as, Whitewood, SPF (spruce, pine, and fig) and is commonly found all over the world. Pine trees are commercially in demand and their timber and wood pulp are of greater value. Pine trees are grown for commercial purposes because they are denser, resinous and more durable than other species of trees. These trees are used for various purposes like making ornamental furniture, window frames, roofing, floors, etc.

Handcrafted Pine Table
Pine tables are versatile and can be used for any purpose such as dining tables, study tables or coffee tables. Pine tables are inexpensive and are easy to make. This fact attracts furniture makers. Pine tables changes the whole appeal of the room and makes it look rustic and appealing.

The only disadvantage with pine tables is that they are non-resistant to insects and decay. So, it is advisable to use pine tables as indoor furniture. If pine tables are left outside they may not keep going for a maximum of 12 to 18 months.

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