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Wood products include small items such as bookmarks all the way up to infrastructure components such as telephone poles and railway ties. It is very common for houses, furniture, outdoor structures and interior decor to be made from wood. Likewise, a broad range of traditional items such as musical instruments or boats are made with wood. Wooden consumer products in areas such as toys, sporting goods and kitchenwares are also quite common. The following are common examples of wood products.
Armoires
Barrels
Bars / Bar Furniture
Baskets
Beads
Beds
Beehives
Benches
Birdhouses
Boards
Boats
Bookcases
Bookmarks
Boxes
Buckets
Bunk Beds
Cabinets
Cafe Furniture
Candleholders
Canes
Canoes
Carts
Carvings
Ceiling Fans
Cellos
Chairs
Charcoal
Chests
Chopsticks
Clocks
Coasters
Coat Racks
Coffee Tables
Coffins
Countertops
Crates
Cribs
Curios
Cutting Boards
Desks
Dimensional Lumber
Dog Houses
Doll Houses
Dressers
Drum Sticks
Drums
Easels
Figurines
Firewood
Flutes
Games (e.g. Dominoes)
Guitars
Handles (e.g. Brush)
Handrails
Hangers
Headboards
Hockey Sticks
Home Decor
Hooks
Jewelry Boxes
Kids Furniture
Kitchen Systems
Kitchen Utensils
Knobs
Media Furniture
Medicine Cabinets
Mirrors
Model Supplies
Musical Instruments
Napkin Rings
Nightstands
Nursery Furniture
Organizers
Ornaments
Outdoor Furniture
Outdoor Structures (e.g. Gazebos)
Paddles & Oars
Pallets
Panels
Pencils
Pianos
Picnic Tables
Picture Frames
Planters
Playground Equipment
Plywood
Posts
Product Packaging
Railway Ties
Rocking Chairs
Rocking Horses
Room Dividers
Rulers
Sandals
Sandboxes
Shelves
Shiplap
Shutters
Signs
Skateboards
Snowboards
Snowshoes
Spice Racks
Sporting Goods (e.g. baseball bat)
Statues
Swings
Tables
Telephone Poles
Timbers
Tools (e.g. hammer handle)
Toothbrush Holders
Toys
Traditional Crafts
Trays
Umbrella Stands
Violins
Wagons
Wardrobes
Watches
Window Frames
Wine Racks
Wood Components (e.g. table legs)
Wood Flooring
Wooden Blocks
Workbenches

Wood Materials

Wood materials that are structured and shaped to meet construction, manufacturing and home improvement needs. This includes dimensional lumber and timbers that are the basic structural elements of hundreds of millions of houses and other small structures on a global basis.

Wood Furniture

After houses, furniture is the most common use of wood. Wood feels natural and people generally like to be surrounded by natural things. The type of wood used in furniture is a strong indicator of quality beginning with low-cost wood-based products such as particle board and progressing to desirable softwoods and hardwoods that have far more value.

Wood Fixtures

Fixtures are things that are physically attached to a house or property such that they become part of it. This is something of a legal term because when you sell a house the fixtures typically go with it. As with furniture, fixtures are commonly wood because people like the natural feel of it.

Traditional Wood Products

Things that are traditionally made with wood such as decorative items, games and ceremonial artifacts. In some cases, these are tied to a particular culture such totem poles -- monumental sculptures traditionally crafted by Indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast of North America.

Home Products

Decorative items for the home such as picture frames and functional items such as bread boxes. Here again, wood is a common material because people appreciate its natural and traditional feel for any items that are part of their daily living and lifestyle.

Everyday Wood Products

Common and relatively inexpensive items that are often made with wood. In many cases, these are traditionally made with wood such that this is a basic consumer expectation. For example, wooden pencils are the norm that is basically expected. Other common items such as product packaging may be made from wood in order to give them a premium feel.

Other Wood Products

Further categories of wood product beyond the lists above. This includes high-end items such as wooden musical instruments, sporting goods and boats. There are also commodity uses of wood such as firewood or as infrastructure such as telephone poles.

Summary

The following are common types of wood products. It is common for items to be partially wood. For example, wood can serve a decorative purpose such as a snowboard with a wood face. It is also common for wood components to serve some function such as a wooden handle on a tool.
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