What type of furniture does rustic furnishings look like? Simple and provincial, and something that would show idealized country life.
Some people prefer to come home to have that rustic feel after a full day’s work. Hours of work and stress would surely wear out a person, so to come home and to be able to put your feet up, and enjoy the rest of the evening would certainly be something one would look forward to by the end of the day. A clean and relaxing home, furniture that gives you the ideal country feel is a definite plus.
Unfortunately, since there are different types of wood that furniture makers use to make wooden furniture, you may have to be more observant in asking for the type of wood used, should you wish to put your wooden furniture outside the house, in the patio, perhaps, or if you want it placed inside, in the living room.
Sample types of wood would include eastern white cedar, your usual ‘pine’ variety, the hickory, cypress, aromatic cedar, northern white cedar, and other tree types that could be used to make furniture.
Speaking about different types of wood, what is the difference, and why should this be considered when choosing wooden furniture? The Cypress sort almost does not have any grain; hickory has a small diameter; aromatic cedar changes in color when exposed to the elements of nature; eastern white cedar is knotty and hairy; while the northern white cedar lasts for twenty years, when untreated, and would turn to a silvery gray when exposed to the elements.