Unique Solid Wood Cabinets & Sideboards

Our unique wardrobes and sideboards are stylish yet functional and add a warm and inviting atmosphere to any room. They offer enough space to store personal items neatly and at the same time skillfully showcase decorative elements.
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How to protect solid wood furniture – to keep them for a lifetime.

1. Avoid Direct Sunlight

If possible, do not place the solid wood table in a place where it is exposed to direct sunlight for a long time, as this can lead to discoloration and cracks in the wood.

2. Ensure Good Temperature and Humidity

The ideal temperature and humidity for a solid wood is between 18-24 degrees Celsius and a humidity of 40-60%. These conditions help to keep the wood stable and prevent warping or cracking.

Too high humidity can cause the wood to swell and warp, while too low humidity can cause the wood to dry out and crack. It is therefore important to ventilate the room well in which the table is placed and, if necessary, to use a humidifier or dehumidifier to keep the humidity at an optimum level.

It is also advisable not to place the furniture near radiators or air conditioning units, as extreme temperature fluctuations can also affect the wood.

On living with Solid Wood Furniture

Solid wood is a natural product that is obtained from the trunk of a tree and can therefore exhibit natural characteristics such as changes and cracks. These characteristics are normal and contribute to the characteristic appearance and uniqueness of the wood.

Due to the natural movement of the wood, small cracks or splits may form over time, caused by fluctuations in temperature and humidity. However, these changes are not a sign of inferior quality, but rather a natural process that can occur in solid wood furniture.

It is important to understand that these cracks in the wood have no effect on the structural integrity of the furniture and do not affect its use or functionality. Rather, they add to the rustic charm and beauty of the solid wood.

Therefore, you should not worry if your solid wood furniture shows small changes over time. These are normal characteristics of natural products and only emphasize the unique character and authenticity of the wood.