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December 30, 2011

Pine furniture

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Pine furniture


Pine furniture offers fantastic value for money, with a choice of styles from ranges such as Scandinavian pine furniture and Corona furniture. Pine furniture has always been popular because it’s an affordable option that doesn’t sacrifice build quality. Pine wood is a neutral timber; its colour lends itself to blending well with other furniture throughout the room.

Pine Furniture elegance of the English heritage

Selection of pine furniture ranges from the traditional elegance of the English heritage range to the exciting exotic looks of the rustic pine Corona furniture collection.

Pine wood is by far one of the most used materials when it comes to wooden furniture for the home.

Typically, pine furniture is used to convey a sense of lightness and simplicity. Pine furniture being softwood, it is light and knotty, perfect for country style furniture or rustic style furniture. Solid pine beds are a popular choice due to their light weight and light colour.

It’s so easy to transform the look of your home by introducing solid pine furniture sideboards, pine furniture tables or pine furniture bed.

Pine Furniture wood will normally display broadly spaced and striated grain pattern with naturally occurring knots, which makes it great for replicating that county look.

Pine furniture is such great value that many people will purchase an item as a ‘first buy’ for their new home, knowing that they might want to replace it later.

Pine Furniture for living rooms and bedrooms

Pine furniture desks for your home office or a mirror your living room furniture.

Here are variety of pine furniture to suit your tastes, needs and budget, whether you are after a simple painted look to brighten up a bedroom or furniture with an antique feel, we’re sure to have something for you.

Pine wood is found mainly in the northern hemisphere. It is widely used to make timber and wood pulp because it’s so abundant. It’s commonly used in carpentry for flooring, roofing, pine furniture construction and more.

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