Wardrobes are one of the most important furniture pieces in any bedroom, which comes in the second place after beds. When it comes to modular wardrobes’ materials, there are plenty of them to mention. Fortunately, market offers enough ideas and choices to please and amuse every taste from the minimum to the massive ones. After you have successfully determined the modular wardrobe’s suitable type and design for your sweet bedroom, the time has come to determine a definite budget. The materials used to construct any wardrobe determine the budget you are going to decide.
This articles provides you with the most popular materials of modular wardrobes, so let’s get started.
Particle Board. It is simply a manufactured type of wood by combining wood chips, shavings of wood and sawdust all together. What may surprise you is that many manufacturers use it for their modular wardrobes around the globe for designing furniture pieces because it helps protect the furniture from dampness and humidity. Pre-laminated board is a type of particleboard material that is characterized by having lamination on its surface to ensure being constant.
Till the lamination wears off, pre-laminated board never deforms or twists out of shape. It is known to be stronger that other soft wood types thanks to not being chipped easily. This wood type comes in variety of viscosity, density and colors so you can choose what suits your needs.
Medium Density Fiber (MDF). The story of this engineered type of wood goes as follows: attaching recycled wood fibers together using the so-called resin the binder that finally results forming the MDF. The final phase is to expose the MDF panels to high pressure and temperature. If you compare this wood type to the particle board, MDF is much stronger. In addition, it is not as expensive as plywood, besides weather changes do not affect it in any way what so ever. Thanks to its smooth surface of grains, you can paint it without worrying.
Boiling Waterproof Plywood/BWP Plywood. This plywood type is famous for its flexibility to moisture, in addition to enduring and bearing high temperature. It results by attaching thin wood layers together strongly at fixed and precise angles using Phenol Formaldehyde resin. In reference to exposing BWP plywood to water, it is way too better if compared to solid wood. It is surprising to find that it is stronger than both MDF and particle board. Covering this wood type with laminates or veneers will definitely help you fulfill your needs.