3 Things You Didn’t Know About Pine Furniture
Posted on 10/20/2020 at 02:00 PM by Deonna Adams
Why is Pine Furniture so Popular?
Farmhouse style is one of the most popular styles for home decorating. The farmhouse style includes a mix of old and new. Often it features natural elements like wood. Making pine furniture a natural choice to add a farmhouse feel to your home that naturally fits into any dining room (with great dining chairs), home office, or farmhouse kitchen.
American Country style pine furniture is comfortable and stylish with an appreciation of heritage. Pine furniture normally includes armoires, beds and end tables, cabinets, chests and trunks, cupboards, desks, hutches, dining tables and chairs, and wall shelves.
The nice thing about pine furniture is that it is very versatile. You can stain it, paint it, or leave it in its natural form. The grain and the knots of pine wood are what make it so special. This produces a unique piece of high-quality living room furniture or outdoor furniture.
Why do the Knots in Pine Furniture Bleed?
Some may be surprised when they purchase pine furniture how the knots bleed. There are several things you can do to prevent this from happening. This is only possible if you purchase the furniture before it is stained or painted. However, as mentioned before, part of the visual interest and vintage furniture feel in the beauty of pine furniture is the bleeding knots.
Knots, heavy resin streaks, seasonal cracking are all-natural characteristics of pine products. As they age and are exposed to light these characteristics can become more a prominent part of the finish. This is a natural process in pine furniture giving it an antique look.
So instead of trying to stop the process. Embrace it, or try a different type of wood furniture like mahogany. Carefully selected mahogany is processed through machinery to manufacture each component accurately. Our Danish Farmhouse collection forms a comprehensive range befitting the dining area, living space, or bedroom.
Why Some Pine Furniture is More Expensive?
Just like anything else we buy that is of good quality we have to spend a little more. So it is the case when it comes to purchasing wood furniture. Here at American Country, we have been building pine furniture that’s made in the USA, made per order, and is custom finished to your taste.
So, in the end, will it be worth it? Absolutely! You will have a custom piece of furniture that will last you for years.
How Long Will Pine Furniture Last?
With proper care, pine furniture can last you for decades. Of course, there will be some aging the longer you have your furniture. However, the more distressed your furniture piece looks the more it will compliment your classic farmhouse look.
Where Can I Purchase Pine Furniture?
American Country style pine furniture is comfortable and stylish with an appreciation of heritage. We offer many painted color/stain combinations for the pine furniture that are sure to meet your color palette needs! This will help you to decide if you want a modern, traditional or farmhouse feel for your home.
Complete with an Americana accent, our farmhouse pine furniture brings you a weathered aesthetic and an old-fashioned aura that ranges from romantic to rustic. Bringing a touch of the country in your home decor.
What Else Should I Know About Pine Furniture?
Complete with an Americana accent, our farmhouse pine furniture brings you a weathered aesthetic and an old-fashioned aura that ranges from romantic to rustic. Bringing a touch of the country in your home decor. We have been building pine furniture that’s made in the USA, made per order, and is custom finished to your taste. What defines American Country is a relaxed approach to living and the freedom to mix old and new.
American Country style pine furniture is comfortable and stylish with an appreciation of heritage. We offer many painted color/stain combinations for the pine furniture, and you can decide if you want a modern, traditional or farmhouse feel for your home. American Country gives you options and our designers are here to help with samples of the pine colors offered for a small deposit. The NEW American Country is for today's casual family lifestyle.
Select from over 20 colors and many stains. All finishes are standard antiqued and distressed. Distressing includes small dents and sanded edges.
To learn more about pine furniture read our blog post “The History of Hoosier Cabinets”.