Published at Sunday, 07 July 2019. Wood. By Alonza Fermi.
The 'cherry wood' used for most tables sold in the United States is derived from 'cherry trees grown' in the mountains of Appalachia and the Alleghany Mountains of West Virginia and Pennsylvania.
If you are contemplating a new coffee table for your favorite living room and want to create a statement while also ensuring a 'sound investment' on your purchase, there are few choices better to that of a cherry wood table.
It's consistency of color and density has created it an perfect wood to use in furniture construction for centuries, as evidenced by the many fine pieces of "antique cherry wood furniture " that you could find on the market.
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