1. Buying Your First Solid Wood Table

    Solid Wood Dining Table

    Buying Your First Solid Wood Table

    You are looking for a statement piece for your dining table. You have looked at all the table top options and finally locked in on getting a solid wood slab dining table. Why wouldn't you? It is unique, easy to maintain, and will last a lifetime. But what now? How do you go about selecting the best one for your home? After all, wood slabs come in a myriad of shapes and sizes. Well, don't sweat it! After reading this article, you will be fully equipped to purchase your very first solid wood dining table.

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  2. Ashwood - This Versatile Wood Slab Can Fit Any Interior!

    Ash Wood Dining Table

    Ashwood - This Versatile Wood Slab Can Fit Any Interior!

    It’s time to deep dive into the world of wood slabs once again. There's an array of wood types that possess all the qualities to be excellent solid wood dining tables. This include the sturdy Leadwood , the “King of Hardwoods” Teak and many more. Today, we are going to introduce another fine wood type that should be in the conversation for solid wood dining tables - Ashwood.

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  3. Bubinga - An African Gem for Your Dining Table

    Bubinga Dining Table

    Bubinga - An African Gem for Your Dining Table

    Our blog has constantly featured wood slabs that would make great dining tables. This includes an array of wood species that would be a good fit for any interior such as the the sturdy Leadwood and the versatile Oak.

    In that same vein, we shall head to Africa to unearth another exotic wood species - Bubinga.

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  4. Bintangor - This Underrated Wood Slab Is Your Next Dining Table

    Bintangor Wood Dining Table

    Bintangor - This Underrated Wood Slab Is Your Next Dining Table

    In our past articles, we had deep dived and analysed the best wood slabs that would make great dining tables. We had also highlighted a few wood types that would be a good fit for any home such as the sturdy Leadwood and more recently, the “King of Hardwoods” Teak. Today, we will be looking at another intriguing wood species - Bintangor.

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