MDF has gained significant traction in recent years due to versatility and modularity that it adds to the furniture and interiors. MDF, Medium Density Fiberboard is an engineered wood product, known for its affordability, and has found its way into countless homes, offices, and commercial spaces.
However, the question remains - Is MDF material good for furniture?
What Makes MDF Suitable for Furniture Projects?
Made from recycled sawdust & wood chips, MDF is an economical & versatile solution for your modern furniture.
Since these boards imitate the look of wood, they are used to manufacture furniture which substitute solid wood and plywood.
Since MDF furniture is made with waste wood, it is more economical in comparison to furniture made from solid wood or plywood. Its boards are popularly used for fabricating lightweight beds, wardrobes, tables, shelves, etc.
Versatile Applications in Interiors
MDF is a fairly durable material which can stand humidity and moisture. It doesn’t warp or crack under such conditions, MDF maintains its strength and shape. Its homogeneous composition allows it to shrink and expand consistently without the different parts of the grain working against each other.
It is highly suitable for dry interior applications, making it a preferred choice for furniture, exhibition displays, handicraft items, wall cladding, false ceilings, wardrobes, bookshelves, partitions, modular furniture, and general fit-outs. MDF can also be used for machining, carving, packaging, laminate substrates, tabletops, and more. Its woody to brownish colour makes it easily identifiable and blends well with various design aesthetics.
Comes in a Ready to Use Laminated Options
Greenply offers a range of pre-laminated MDF boards that come with unique surface finishes, providing customers with ready-to-use products. These boards are available in a wide range of colours, textures, and finishes, making them popular among consumers.
The pre-laminated MDF boards are highly resistant to stains, cracks, and cigarette burns, making them suitable for high-traffic surfaces. They find applications in kitchen cupboards, bathroom cabinets, partitions, modular furniture, TV cabinets, wardrobes, and tabletops, offering a hassle-free solution that is easy to clean and maintain.
Consistent Quality and Durability
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MDF - Material for Modular Furniture
If you are looking for a modular furniture, with elaborate design and smooth finish, MDF is the right choice. It is an inexpensive substitute for wood and plywood and is preferred by consumers who are looking for upgrading their interiors often.