Original rubber wood in round shape with black painted base creates this classical bathroom set in a nice way. The surface of wood is smooth and anti-water. The natural wood pattern within each collection piece fills the bathroom with a sense of taste and nature.Send Inquiry
Smooth and water proof Wood Bathroom Set-WBW0619A
1. Product Introduction
Original rubber wood in round shape with black painted base creates this classical bathroom set in a nice way. The surface of wood is smooth and anti-water. The natural wood pattern within each collection piece fills the bathroom with a sense of taste and nature.
Brown and Black
Toilet brush holder
Rubber wood is a light-colored medium-density tropical hardwood obtainedfrom the Pará rubber tree (Hevea brasiliensis), usually from trees grown inrubber plantations. Rubberwood is commonly advertised as an"environmentally friendly" wood, as it makes use of plantation trees thathave already served a useful function.
If you plan using rubber wood - or better say, Hevea - in Europe, you wouldn’t sell anything. This happens because of its name and its perceived qualities. “Rubber” suggests flexibility. And this is not something that people associate with furniture, which must be felt as durable. So, the big buying groups of Central Europe - like Germany - have always shunned the buying of rubber wood furniture, preferring instead other wood essences.
Many companies that focus on high quality and unusual furniture use rubber wood in their products. It may also be labeled as para wood, to disassociate it from images of rubber. Consumers can recognize the wood by its density and tight grain, and furniture made of it is very solid, with a smooth, even look that some people find quite enjoyable. The wood is sometimes compared to teak, another close grained tropical wood, and some people prefer rubber to teak, since teak is not always a sustainable choice.
Unfinished rubber wood is uncommon outside South America. With some effort, boards can be ordered for custom projects or flooring, but the bulk of the wood that comes from South America is exported in the form of finished products like furniture, toys, and manufactured flooring. These products may be stained or dyed to enhance the natural beauty of the material, and the wood-takes a wide range of finishes, so it can be found in an assortment of colors.
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