Solid wood is lumber that is directly milled from trees, containing wood fibers throughout the piece without any fillers or adhesives. This differs from other types of wood such as plywood, medium-density fiberboard, or veneers, which are manufactured from wood composites. Solid wood is commonly used in furniture, construction, cabinetry, and flooring due to its durability and resistance to warping. However, it is more susceptible to staining compared to engineered woods. Solid wood is also easier to repair than veneers or other engineered woods. Various types of solid wood are available, each with unique characteristics, such as its grain pattern, color, and texture, providing woodworkers, cabinetmakers, and carpenters a broad range of choices for their projects