Engineered vs. Solid Wood
Now considered the main material used in the furniture industry, engineered wood or compressed wood has become the best option for its quality, ease of work, and importantly, its lower cost. Modern furniture designs mostly require a uniform finish and specific cuts the engineered wood can achieve. The lamination or finish of compressed wood was produced uniformly hence pieces look exactly the same. Honeycomb core is the lightest among engineered wood and is durably efficient. The hexagonal configuration of the core makes the pane board more rigid. Given that it is not solid wood, compressed wood is not behind when it comes to aesthetics and the ability to withstand heavy items.
Safe for Indoors
Paying close attention to our sourcing process, we are proud to say that all our wood panels are of E1 Grade. Panels used in our pieces have passed the Lowest Emission Boards' strictest test, earning the designation of eco-friendly and safe for use inside our home. How can we be sure that what we put inside our home are safe for our health? Engineered wood products classified as E1 grade do not emit more than .1ppm of formaldehyde into the air. The percentage of formaldehyde emission that does not pose danger is 0.10 parts per million, and exposure to anything higher than that poses a risk to people.
Designed for Global Community, our Made in Italy Collection is made of ecologically sustainable panels.
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