A table is likely one of the most frequently used furniture in your house – whether for preparing or having your meals, getting some work done, or just a convenient surface to hold the trinkets of daily life. That is why it pays to get the right material to balance design and durability. This article summarises the pros and cons of commonly-used materials for table tops.
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Wooden table tops need to have a layer of protective coating (also known as finish), to one protect them against water and stains and two to bring out the beauty of the grains. The tabletops at Grey and Sanders are finished with Rubio Monocoat, a Belgian hard wax oil. Since we started operations four years ago, we have experimented with various ways to finish our tabletops, and after many experiments, and after many lessons learnt (some more painful than others), we conclude that it is the best product in the market for wood slab table tops. This article lists the reasons why we love this product.
Welcome back to Part II of this two-part series - “The Ultimate Guide To Wood Slabs”. In Part I, we covered the various styles of wood slabs. In this sequel, we will elaborate on the characteristics of various solid wood materials, and what makes these wood species a must-have in your home!
Once considered a niche furniture category, wood slabs are getting increasingly popular due to their stunning natural beauty and one-of-a-kind appeal. This article aims to inform readers of the common forms of wood slabs in the market and their pros and cons.
Teak, bearing the enviable accolade of “the King of Hardwoods” is one of the most sought after woods in the world, and is well-known and valued for both its impeccable beauty and durability. In fact, many of us would have heard our elders sing praises about this hardy material. Over the years, however, there is a worrying trend of retailers using very young Teak in furniture, which results in lower-quality and unsustainable products. This article aims to inform the reader of the basic knowledge of Teak so that one can become an informed consumer.
Not too sure what to look out for when shopping for a sofa? Read on to find out more about the key components of the sofa to get the perfect one for you to usher in the new year!
With Christmas now over and decorations still up, have you ever looked at your Christmas tree and wonder what type of tree is a Christmas tree actually? Also, can you make something out of the tree once Christmas is over? Well firstly, there are 4 main types of Christmas trees. There are Fir, Pine, Cypress, and Cedar trees. Now let’s find out more about them!
Say hi to our newest addition to our Grey and Sanders family, the Shou Sugi Ban oak wood. Like any new member, an introduction is needed and we are here to help you get to know it more.
Building your own Mila Open-Concept Wardrobe is easy. This guide aims to help you maximise your space and utilise all that the Mila series can coffer.
The Mila Open-Concept Wardrobes are pretty versatile when it comes to utility. It can be used as bookshelves, display shelves, plant hangers and of course, wardrobes.
Read on to get inspired and to know what you can do with our Mila Series with your available space.
Fabric Sofas are a popular choice due to its affordability and how it adds a soft touch to every home. With a variety of colours, textures and designs, you’ll be spoilt for choice while finding for a perfect sofa.