The term real wood refers to a specific type of wood, often called African wood, and is defined as having no cracks or other imperfections.
It is a form of durable wood used to make furniture.
According to the National Arbor Day Council, real wood is used for almost every type of furniture, from furniture to tables, and has been used in almost every home since the 1800s.
The council says real wood has a lifespan of about 30 years, and can last up to 25 years in use.
The wood is also a very durable material that is able to withstand many types of weather.
The Council also notes that real wood can be made from several different species of wood.
The real wood used for furniture and other materials can be found at home centers.
If you’re looking for a unique way to add some fun and creativity to your home, the Council recommends adding a real wood lamp to your decor or an antique real wood chair.