It may seem like a silly question to ask, but do you know where your bookshelve comes from?
And if not, what does that mean?
This post is dedicated to all those that have an idea of where they came from, or that are unsure about where their bookshelvers come from.
So without further ado, here is the first of three posts about bookshelved wood: What is wood?
Wood is an organic material that is made up of different materials such as timber, bone, and clay.
It can be either dry or wet.
Dry wood is typically made of bark or wood chips that are usually used as the foundation of the building.
Wet wood is usually made of sand, gravel, or other materials that are used to make the building materials.
Wood is usually used in buildings to help stabilize and protect the building structure and to make it more durable.
Wood can be wood or stone, but usually wood is used for the more durable types of wood, such as oak, pine, and cherry.
Some of the most common types of building wood include: Brick and mortar