Oak Vs. Pine: Which Premium Bed Material Suits You Best?

Oak and pine are two of the most popular upholstery furniture choices that people choose for their beds. But why? In short, wooden beds are elegant and timeless. Plus, they are an investment that will last you a lifetime. We are outlining the key differences between both oak and pine, and which option is best for your investment. The Benefits of an Oak Wood Bed Frame Which is the Best Option? The Benefits of an Oak Wood Bed Frame Oak is considered to be a more durable wood than pine, which means that it's generally longer lasting and is less prone to wear and tear. If you look after it well, it will last you a lifetime. This is the main difference between oak and pine. Oak is stronger and has great wear-resistance. In addition to durability, an oak bed frame also has the capability to be an effortless centrepiece of any bedroom. A grand bed frame is the first focus of somebody upon entrance and sets the tone for the style of the whole room. Oak is a beautiful finish for a bed that will ooze class throughout the room. The sheer beauty of an oak bed frame is something to admire on its own. The natural grains of wood gives the bed its own characteristics which definitely can not be ignored. An oak bed frame makes a statement and it's a style that will never go out of fashion. Whether it's a regal four poster fit for the monarchy or a sleigh bed that's so welcoming it's impossible to ignore its calls to climb into bed, oak wood beds are finished in a stunning sand colour that only emphasises their quality. Oak also excels in the elegance department thanks to medullary rays. These mystery marks are a naturally occurring finish which will always add a rich character and a touch of beauty to any oak beds and furniture. Another benefit of an oak bed frame is that it is not just an ornament. Oak bed frames are something any owner should be proud of. A classic oak bed frame can have many connotations to a prince or princess' bed, which shows the level of quality and how well made they are. An oak bed does not need much maintenance. Once you've purchased a frame and seen how it looks within your chosen room, we are confident that you will love it. An oak frame is a sense of value that you do not get with other bed frames. The comfort and warmth of a quality mattress sitting on top of an oak frame is second to none. Plus, at Revival Beds, we wax and hand polish the oak wood too. This highlights the attention to detail and quality too. Pine bed frames were very fashionable within the last decade. However, are they still on trend? A lot of businesses still use pine wood due to its affordability. Here are the main benefits of using pine wood for your bed frames: Pine wood is often used for painted furniture. It's easy to put your own spin on things and refresh any outdated pieces of furniture with a fresh coat of paint. Painting a piece of furniture can give it a completely new look and feel. Pine wood is classed as a soft wood. Although it's still long lasting and robust, it tends to not be as sturdy as oak. Pine wood is usually cheaper than oak. And as the cost is usually the main factor for a lot of people, some tend to opt for pine wood. But, if you want true value for money and a night's sleep like a king, every night, we advise investing in an oak frame. Recently, pine wood furniture has become very popular, especially for children's playrooms and offices. It's a massively versatile material that people can put their own spin on. Pine wood is also more sustainable and better for the environment. This is because it grows faster so it's much quicker to replenish tree stocks. With pine, you can also change the look and feel simply by applying different wax finishes. So, if you are chasing an antique feel or even something a little more contemporary, you can achieve it with pine wood. Which is the Better Option? Judging from the discussion above, it's safe to say that oak wooden bed frames are the better option, but that does not mean pine beds are not a worthwhile investment. Oak is considered to be a lot harder than pine wood, therefore the bed frames will be a lot more durable, require minimal maintenance and you are unlikely to have to replace your frame on a regular basis - if at all. The advantage of investing in a pine bed with Revival Beds is that despite it not being as luxurious as oak, our dedicated craftsmen can still make your pine bed look more luxurious by applying different finishes. That should not put you off pine entirely, however, as all of our beds - including pine - are made from much better quality than oak from other places. This is down to the grade of the timbers and the components we use. If you chose a handmade bed created by the right craftspeople and the right bed manufacturer, you might even be able to pass down your oak masterpiece to your future generations. The best part? Whether you are deciding between an oak or a pine bed, you get the same 10-year guarantee either way. There's no denying it - an oak bed frame exudes class and makes a grand statement as the centrepiece to any bedroom. But why stop at updating your bedroom? Our guide below takes you through every room in a house, showcasing beautiful pieces to inspire your own home decor. Whether you are hoping to transform your bathroom into a beautiful oasis or create a more inviting atmosphere in your living room, our guide showcases the most stunning interior design inspirations.

1. WHICH LAPTOP?! :S toshiba sattelite or HP pavilion?

I can not tell you which is better but I can tell you that when it comes to repairs or service, HP is absolutely terrible. Now, I do not know how it compares to Toshiba, but HP is very incompetent. About 2 years ago, I had my HP Pavilion sent off for repairs. The order was requisitioned by 'Roger' who lives in India, has very broken English, and gets paid $2.10 per hour. I was having power supply issues and needed to have the mother board replaced. Sounds simple, right? Well, these idiots (in California) saw fit to delete my whole $%^*ing hard drive!!! It was not an accident either. No. They did it on purpose in order to refurbish the system for my use. I did not ask them to do that and they did not tell me they were going to do that. They destroyed many gigabytes of data! I had several months worth of information wiped out. I would have backed it up myself but I could not even turn my machine on. They sent it back to me in a couple of days (only good thing is that it was a quick turnaround). When I found out what they did, I called them on it and told them that I did not want to pay the $300 service fee because of what they did. They said I should have just expected them to erase the hard drive as a protocol. They said that this was unfortunate. Imagine that!!! I tried to charge it back through my credit card but my credit card company was in bed with HP, despite my solid case. A year later, the new mother board failed again. Now every time I power up my Pavilion, I have to push the right corner of the keyboard base over the edge of my table in order for it to boot up (weird, I know). Now I have to clamp a heavy weight on the corner to just to keep it from powering off. You think I am going to ask them to fix it? Guess again. Toshiba, on the other hand. I once had a Toshiba Satellite. It worked great, until some $%^* burglarized my apartment and ran off with it. So I never got a chance to work with customer service to find out if they were incompetent. Anyway, it's worth it to find out what each company's terms are as far as service and customer satisfaction.

2. How do I get my bedroom to be warmer?

Get an electric heated mattress pad -- I use one to warm up my bed so I can turn the furnace way down and save on the heating bill. If I am using my laptop or studying, I just sit in bed and the heating pad keeps me warm. There are also portable heating units that are radiator type that are filled with heated liquid, like mineral oil. They are not a fire hazard and I do not know why your parents would object to you having one of those. They are perfectly safe.

3. My adult dog randomly starts chewing stuff up?

my dog chews up my lip balms, tissues, gum packs, and throw pillows. he does it randomly. he always has something to chew on, a toy and a meat chew but he still does it. the only way i remedied this was to remove those objects. before i leave the house or go to bed i make a circle of the house and remove from his reach anything he could get into.

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