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5 Reasons why wood would work in your home

5 Reasons why wood would work in your home

RJM Woodworx

Ten to one you’ve seen a piece of wood furniture before, and if that piece was particularly stunning, you might have said: “I would love that in my house”. So why not? Here are five reasons why wood would work in your home.

  1. Strength and durability. Wood is a robust material. A well-made wooden furniture piece can last you a very long time.  
  2. Feeling. Wood can add a certain charm and feel to a room. Lighter coloured woods add a sense of warmth while darker woods instil a sense of decorum. Either way, wood furniture is a solid home decor decision.
  3. Variety. With the amazing variety of different wood species, there is a cornucopia of naturally occurring wood colours for you to choose from.
  4. Wood is one of the most environmentally friendly raw materials to use and can be infinitely replenishable in a sustainable manner.
  5. It’s recyclable. In the event your wood furniture piece has lost its luster you can get it recycled, sometimes into a whole new piece.     
5 Reasons why wood would work in your home

RJM Woodworx

RJM Woodworx is a Pringle Bay based woodwork fabrication company creating bespoke woodwork products for residential homes and commercial businesses in the Hangklip-Kleinmond area. The company can design, manufacture and install all their works and can be commissioned to do so by homeowners who want ...

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