First things first – what is the difference between a kitchen table and a dining table? Well you could say that the term “dining table” is most commonly associated with the table used for fine dining on special occasions. And so, the dining table style tends to be decorative and elegant.
On the other hand, the “kitchen table” is quite often the table for daily use – breakfast, lunch, evening snacks and everything in between. The kitchen table will often be more hard-wearing and resistant to the comings and goings of a busy household.
Despite the hickup of the severe global recession, consumer demand moves relentlessly upwards and this affects demand for wood materials. And so as the global demand for timber and timber products continues to grow the pressure on the worlds forestry is increasing. We’ve all heard of the damage being ravaged in tropical forests throughout the world but many argued that little was being done to rectify the situation. In many localities where intensive deforestation has occured, there has been little replanting or care taken to preserve the local environment. However there is light at the end of the tunnel!