Published at Wednesday, 18 April 2018. Bookcases. By Isla Thompson.
Many people also choose to get an unfinished pine bookcase, appreciating the patina that builds up on the wood over time. Pine is not as scratch resistant as hardwoods, plus leaving a piece of furniture unfinished is a way to turn this to an advantage as the wood takes on more character with use. Keep in mind that this is cosmetic only as well as does not affect the performance of the bookcase.
Getting a pine bookcase may not be the first choice for those looking for a wooden bookcase. Oak has far more prestige, and so do most of the other hardwoods that consumers are familiar with. However, there are sundry reasons to buy pine. It is cheaper, it has its own appeal in terms of looks (not necessarily more or less appeal), and it is usually used as solid wood.
Thus, it is normal to buy a solid pine bookcase for a much lower price than a bookcase made with oak veneer, for example. It's true that hardwoods are stronger than most of the pine commonly used in furniture making, but for most purposes, pine is perfectly strong with can handle what we need it to. Isn't it time to reconsider the virtues of this wonderful softwood, if you haven't up to now? A bookcase made of pine is really a good choice for most people looking to get this type of furniture. Read on to find out more about what to get.
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