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Avoid cutting trees; use modernized hi-tech furniture with “Status Furniture”

  Trees are rapidly cut down to meet the demand for the products we use. There are some products that we use regularly but buy less frequently: wooden bed frames  kitchen  furniture , wooden sofa, and more. What if we used something other than newly cut trees to make these products? Finding alternatives to cutting down trees especially walnut, mahogany, teak and other more frequently cut trees is a new trend in the world of forest conservation. It's a way to take the pressure off of the jungle. Status Furniture strongly believes in these words. Forests have more than 100 species of trees; most of the wood products are made from the same two dozen or more tree species because consumer demand for this type of wood is high. Many of these species are now at risk of extinction due to over-harvesting. One solution to this challenge is the harvesting of species that are less traditional but have similar characteristics in terms of performance and aesthetics. Over the past 20 years, Stat

Are you optimistic about furniture sales in 2021?

  After the worldwide pandemic attack, the supply chains are disrupted and it has become difficult for retailers to fulfill orders. Every commodity in the market was affected by the lack of transportation and e-commerce service. Nevertheless, the furniture market tycoon says, even though the industry has suffered heavily, they were able to regain a good amount of net projected income at the end of the year 2020. There are several factors knot the immense ballooning of the furniture industry and it certainly allows the maximum likelihood to be broadly optimistic. 1. Prices are up surging because raw material and logistics costs for manufacturers are rising. Their margin is already thin, so they have no other choice. Jerry Epperson quotes, " Increase your margin. Your expenses are going up too. 2. Economists predict excellent economic conditions for the upper end. Upper-end consumers have actually paid off debt during COVID and are spending very little on "experiences&q