When looking at furniture for your house there are many things you may want to consider. How will the furniture look? Will it work in with my decor? What sizes do I need? How long will the furniture last? Will it require any upkeep? Is it fit for purpose?
One of the best choices for long lasting furniture is oak. Here are the reasons why…
Oak furniture is easy to maintain
Oak furniture requires very little upkeep. Just regularly dusting it will keep your cherished bespoke oak furniture healthy. Obviously it’s wise good to make sure that your oak furniture is kept away from damp, direct sunlight, and radiators but this is the case with most other furniture.
Oak furniture is versatile
Oak furniture is incredibly versatile. Let’s say you’re looking for oak bedroom room furniture that will fit in with the bookshelves already in the room. It is easy to have oak bedroom furniture crafted in different styles and finishes to match what’s already there.
Oak furniture lasts
Handcrafted oak furniture is built to last as evidenced by the amount of original pieces available from decades gone by. Perhaps you’re are looking for an oak dining table and chair set that will last so long it can be handed down through generations? If this is the case then quality oak furniture is the best choice.
Oak furniture is strong
Oak furniture is remarkably strong and hardwearing. Oak is a hard wood and is known to be good at bearing weight so ideal for wardrobes, bookcase, and the dining room. Whether it’s oak bedroom furniture or oak dining tables they are almost certain to stand whatever use they get.
Oak furniture is timeless
Oak furniture pieces are timeless and due to the vintage style they are never out of fashion. Quality bespoke oak furniture will not only be sturdy enough to pass down generations, it will maintain its high quality look and works with almost all decoration choices.
Need oak furniture advice?
If you like the sound of a long lasting classic oak furniture piece you’re unsure about finishes, sizing and what will work best then call us on 01473 735195 and we will do our best to advise you.