AGRA TV Cabinet

AGRA TV Cabinet
AGRA TV Cabinet
AGRA TV Cabinet
AGRA TV Cabinet
AGRA TV Cabinet
AGRA TV Cabinet
AGRA TV Cabinet
AGRA TV Cabinet
AGRA TV Cabinet
AGRA TV Cabinet
AGRA TV Cabinet
AGRA TV Cabinet
AGRA TV Cabinet
AGRA TV Cabinet

AGRA TV Cabinet

Regular Price $8,000.00 Sale Price $6,180.00
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AGRA TV Cabinet

Material: White Oak/ Cherry/ Black Walnut

Size: W180/200*D40*H52CM

Order time: 2-6 weeks

Introduction to Cherry Wood

Cherry wood is a hardwood that belongs to the rose family and is typically found in the northern temperate regions. It has a rich, reddish-orange color with a watermarked appearance and natural black mineral streaks in the wood grain.

The texture of cherry wood is similar to that of black walnut, with a smooth and delicate feel that lacks the pronounced grain pattern of other woods. One unique characteristic of cherry wood is that its color deepens and becomes more red over time, which adds to its overall beauty and character.

Cherry wood was a popular choice for furniture during the Middle Ages, and it continues to be used today for its timeless and vintage aesthetic.


 

Cherry wood has a warm, orange hue with a delicate and smooth grain pattern. It has natural dark mineral streaks in the wood, and once dried, it has excellent stability and is less prone to warping, cracking, or insect damage compared to other woods. In comparison to white oak, cherry wood has a deeper color and finer grain pattern.

 

Differences between Cherry Wood and Birch Wood

Birch wood is a different type of hardwood that is similar in color and grain pattern to cherry wood. While both cherry and birch are primarily found in the United States, they are distinct tree species with different properties. Cherry wood is considered to be superior in terms of quality and is more expensive, so consumers should take care to differentiate between the two when selecting furniture.


Introduction to Oak Wood

Oak has distinct grain patterns, such as straight grain and coarse pores, with a strong texture that can be felt when touched.

In addition, it is a very hard and durable wood that is resistant to wear and corrosion, making it an ideal choice for making furniture and flooring.

Our oak mainly comes from Wisconsin and Michigan, near the Great Lakes, which is one of the best production areas. The oak grown in this region has a slow growth rate, resulting in fine and tight annual rings and small, beautiful patterns.

North American oak has a more beautiful texture. Although oak is produced in both Europe and America, North American production areas produce better quality wood, with the Pennsylvania area on the north slope of the Appalachian Mountains being the best.

With low temperatures year-round, sometimes reaching below minus 20 degrees, and fewer natural disasters, the oak grown in this area has a slow growth rate, tight annual rings, and small, beautiful patterns.

Finished wood products have high color consistency and good stability.

We insist on using high-quality raw materials, controlling grades, and strictly selecting materials to ensure that the color differences and defects of the wood are minimized. However, solid wood has natural grain patterns and imperfections, such as slight color differences, knots, tiger stripes, and black lines, which should be accepted and cherished because they reflect the natural beauty and uniqueness of the wood.

Introduction to Walnut Wood

Black walnut wood belongs to the walnut family and is a precious wood native to the United States. It mainly grows in broad-leaved hardwood forests in the temperate zone of North America.

Its natural color is deep and mostly brown or chocolate-colored. The grain is graceful and varied, with a strong artistic sense. The texture is delicate and silky, making it look very luxurious.

What's even rarer is that black walnut wood is very stable in nature and is one of the least likely to crack or deform among common hardwoods.

Due to its outstanding properties, black walnut wood is highly favored by designers and is used in expensive pianos, yacht and car interiors, and avant-garde artistic spaces.

 Varied and Artistic Grain

Affected by the large temperature difference between day and night and the cold winter in the Appalachian Mountains, black walnut wood has irregular grain patterns and unique black and gray lines.

It is rare for a type of wood to have two different grain patterns, but black walnut wood has six: wave pattern, mountain pattern, straight line pattern, golden nodule pattern, bird peck pattern, and water drop pattern.

 Reasons for High Price

Reason 1: Difficulty in Maturity Black walnut wood has a long growth cycle and requires 50-100 years to mature, while ordinary trees can start to turn a profit in about 15 years.

Reason 2: Scarcity Due to excessive development in the past, the amount of black walnut wood in the United States accounts for only 1% of all broad-leaved forests. To promote sustainable development, it has been included in the list of limited logging species, increasing its scarcity.

Reason 3: Low Yield Not only is black walnut wood more expensive than other woods, but its production costs are also very high.

It has a high waste rate with white edge scars and other waste, and can only use the core material for furniture production, with a yield of less than 30%.


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