When furnishing your kitchen or dining room choosing a dining table is a very crucial decision you have to make. The dining table whether it’s in the kitchen or dining room it serves the same primary purpose, as a place where you, your family members and at times even close friends come together to share a meal. A dining table comes in different sizes from one that can accommodate either a large family or a small family. They also come in different shapes from square, rectangle, to round. The popularity of the dining table can be traced back to the ancient Greeks and since then the dining table has appeared in many dining rooms across several centuries. For example, during the Victorian era dining tables were used to display of social and family status. And up-to-date dining rooms with dining tables are considered to be fancy especially when the furniture matches the design or décor of the entire dining room or area.
If you’re looking for an extremely durable wood for your dining table, bamboo wood is the option for you. This wood is durable making it produce good dining tables that are firm and long-lasting. Bamboo wood species is easier to maintain and takes stain and dents well. It's also easier to clean the dining tabletop when stains get them. It is more resistant to wood species, making it a good choice for the kitchen. This wood blends well with other furniture’s especially when a nice shade is applied to it or furnish. Bamboo wood can withstand everyday use, because of its resistance. This wood is suitable for families with kids who knock on the table adding some dents. However, this wood is strong meaning even the dents and stains won’t be seen. The wood is also resistant to wood borers and other pesticides that may try to damage the wood. Dining tables made using bamboo wood species last for decades. The wood is also gentle on knives since one can chop vegetables on the dining tables.
Hardwood wood types are extremely versatile and easy to work with. Some examples of hardwoods include oak, cherry, maple, ash and poplar wood. Hardwoods come from trees that have leaves and produce a fruit or nut. Any type of hardwood variety can be used to craft very durable, long-lasting furniture pieces. Hardwoods often have distinct markings in the wood and beautiful variations in the colors, grain patterns and textures of the wood. Hardwood varieties vary in their tones/colors; however, most are a warm, rich color. Kitchen or dining tables crafted of a hardwood variety are available in a range of designs to suit different home décor motifs; for example, some kitchen tables can be crafted to be more modern or industrial by adding glass or metal to the table. Hardwoods are an ideal wood to create distinct and ornate details on the tables; this enhances the beauty and elegance of the table.