The U.S. has the most wood furniture sold in the U.K. per capita, according to a study released Wednesday by the Wood Furnace Manufacturers Association.
Wood is the second most common source of furniture in the country behind concrete.
In the U., wood is the most popular type of furniture.
The study looked at the total value of all furniture made from wood in 2016 and found that the U, UK, France and Germany had the highest average value of wood.
The U., however, was far ahead of Germany, with an average value that was over $3,000.
Wood is expensive.
An estimated 40% of the world’s wood products are still produced in China, according a report released Wednesday.
The average price of a kilo of lumber in the United States was $8.68 per ton in 2016, according the Wood Manufacturers’ Association.
That’s $3.5 more than the price of the largest European nations.
The United Kingdom has a lower average price for wood, with a typical price of $4.85 per kilo.
It also has the highest number of wood furniture manufactured in the European Union, according data released by the European Commission.
The study found that wood products account for about 50% of U. S. furniture and 70% of those products’ price.
The rest of the cost comes from other raw materials, labor, and other costs.
In contrast, China’s wood and cement industries account for almost half of the country’s production, according government data.