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Good ness of wooden furniture’s
Primarily, there are 3 virtues of using wood in your interiors: warmth, beauty and decoration. The extent of space, hygiene and beauty that comes from using wood along with its resistance to passage of time and its insulating power are the indisputable advantages of using wood.
Wood furniture has always remained a symbol of class, elegance and style, and durability, warmth and resistance. Whether they are trend setters or middle class consumers, wood furniture enjoys magnanimous popularity amongst people. 
Teak wood
Teak is especially famous for its ability to withstand changes in the weather and season. Its ability to put up a stiff face in changing seasons is its ability to bend but not break.. Teak is one of the most commonly preferred and popular woods for making furniture. Be it utility desks like computer desks or tables or elegant outdoor furniture, teak is one of the best woods one can rely up on. Teak wood has the ability to transform even a mundane space in to a lively and warm area.  
Also, the Teak tree resin typically has an oil in its Galih (Cambium/heartwood) that is highly water resistant. This content alone can protect the Teak from decay, insects, and bacteria. At the same time, the combination of unique Teak tree content and thick fibers make it easier to cut and then later sculpt into pleasing forms. 
Ply wood
Ply wood is a type of manufactured wood made from sticking together thin sheets of different woods. The layers are glued together so that adjacent plies have their wood grain at right angles to each other in turn conferring the wood great strength.
The advantages of using a ply wood in interiors include its superior strength than a similar thickness of natural wood because the fiber strands are oriented to form a cross pattern, its freedom from shrinking, swelling and warping, economical and effective utilization, and ease of fabrication of curved surfaces.
MDF
Medium-density fiberboard (MDF) is an engineered wood product which is made by pulping hardwood or softwood residuals into wood fibers, often in a defibrator, combining it with wax and a resin binder, and forming panels by applying high temperature and pressure. As a result, MDF is denser than plywood. Some of the virtues of MDF are that it is dense, flat, and stiff, has no knots and can be easily worked with. Since, MDF consists of fine particles, it does not have an easily recognizable because it is made up of fine particles it does not have an easily recognizable surface grain. MDF can be painted to produce a smooth quality surface. Because MDF has no grain it can be cut, drilled, machined and filed without damaging the surface. Oil, water-based paints and varnishes may be used on MDF.
Particle board
Every day, saw mills and other wood processing factories generate a significant amount of scrap material. Most of these residues end up in landfills or incinerated. However, some of which ends being an engineered product, which is known as particle board. Particle board is made by combining sawdust and other waste wood with a special resin. This slurry containing wood chips and glue is then pressed through an to form long sheets of particle board.
Particle board is an inexpensive alternative to solid wood paneling or boards. This is not a aesthetically appealing board and hence it is primarily intended for interior projects in which appearance and durability are not a priority.