This time we collect some of the questions you often ask on the Google search engine about “Furniture”. Here are the 5 most questions about furniture that you should know:
- What furniture should be in the Bedroom?
- Why is furniture so expensive?
- Why does furniture take so long?
- Can furniture be depreciated?
- Can furniture be recycled?
In simple terms, the furniture in the bedroom is usually a bed, nightstand, mirror, and cupboard. But when we have a larger and sufficient space to accommodate more furniture in it, we can add furniture according to our needs. Some additional bedroom furniture includes a dressing table and stool, a writing table and chairs, an end bed, a built-in wardrobe, commoda, and low-buffet TV.
Many people often ask “Why is furniture so expensive?” This is one of the most asked questions about furniture. Before we have “Why is custom-made furniture so expensive?”, then the answer is roughly the same. Making furniture, especially teak wood furniture can be said to be very expensive. Because the material used has been tested for durability and resistance to termites and fungi. In addition to material factors, the time needed to make furniture can be quite time-consuming. Although currently there are many machines to produce furniture, handmade furniture is still in demand.
At Kaliuda Gallery, the manufacture of furniture is still using the handmade production method. Therefore, the estimated time required to order furniture and home decor is around 6-8 weeks. This time is an estimate, could be faster, could be longer. This is because we have to really make sure the wood we use is dry. So that in the future, when there is a change in temperature, the wood will not change too much. After the wood is completely dry, it will begin to enter the preparation stage, such as cutting wooden blocks as needed, smoothing the surface of the wood, etc. The last process is finishing. Coloring is done according to the design of the design team or from the client’s request.
Most furniture is accepted to have a seven-year depreciation rate, though some items may depreciate faster or slower. There is also the possibility of an expansion process. As we explained in point 3, the wood must be completely dry, because if the wood is still wet, it can cause cracks later on. For example, door frames may bend or joints open. This varies from country to country depending on humidity conditions, even though it has gone through the kiln dry process.
Yes, furniture can be recycled. If you have damaged furniture, don’t rush to throw it away. You can turn your damaged furniture into new furniture with other uses. If you are in Denpasar – Bali, please come to our gallery on Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai 107, Suwung Kauh, Pemogan. We are ready to turn your damaged furniture into new again.
If you have a question about Furniture that we haven’t answered in “5 Most Questions About Furniture That You Should Know”, please leave a comment, and we’ll get back to you.