The use of metal parts in wooden products such as chairs and stools has become an increasingly common solution. Not only does it increase the hold and resistance of the product, but it also provides a touch of style and modernity to the design.
However, the dialogue between the metal and wooden parts of a product is complex.
The integration of metal parts into wooden products requires careful planning to ensure that the two parts are perfectly integrated and harmonize with each other. Indeed, the strength of the product depends on the quality of the connection between the parts.
It is important to consider the choice of the most suitable materials to ensure the durability of the product over time. Metal must be resistant to corrosion and rust, while wood must be resistant to moisture and wear. With regards to product aesthetics, the use of metal parts can give a touch of elegance to the design. The metal parts should never be too obvious, but rather blend into the wood to create a harmonious design.