Does Solid Wood Furniture Ever Go Out of Fashion?

The short answer to the question in the title of this article is “no”. Wood furniture never goes out of style.

Wood Furniture History

The history of woodworking and crafting wood furniture goes back thousands of years. As soon as prehistoric man came out of the cave, and stopped using rocks as tables, he/she started using wood for furniture.

There are tons of examples of ancient wood furniture as well as the tools used to craft them. Veneering dates to 5000 BCE and mortise and tenon joints were used by the ancient Egyptians.

Styles change, for sure, and over time we have seen furniture made of other materials such as metal and glass, but wood furniture has continued to be popular.

In fact, the acquisition of woodworking skills is believed to have advanced modern society because it allowed people to live more comfortably and hunt more effectively.

Why does wood furniture remain popular?

1. Wood furniture lasts a very long time.

2. Wood furniture can easily be refinished to have a different look.

3. Wood furniture comes in all styles and appeals to many tastes.

We believe in wood furniture precisely because it never goes out of style. We offer all kinds of customization options, and we invite you to come by our showroom, and see the wood furniture we have in stock. Once you see all the different types of wood furniture available, we think we will convince you to consider wood.

Wood is a major export of British Columbia, and it can be farmed and harvested in an eco-friendly manner.

Based in Coquitlam, BC, off of United Boulevard, Prestige Solid Wood Furniture specializes in high-quality, Canadian-made, solid wood furniture with customization options. Prestige has a beautiful 10,000 square foot showroom where you can experience excellent customer service to go along with their massive inventory.

If you have any questions about this article or would like to talk us about solid wood furniture please feel free to call us at (604) 522-7344 or stop by the showroom.

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