Reclaimed Bedroom Furniture
Whether your bed is crafted from beams out of a 100-year-old tobacco barn, or Wyoming snow fencing, we are certain that you will love the look and feel of our reclaimed wood beds, dressers, nightstands and more. With unique coloration and natural patina, rustic weathered wood has a character all its own that is so timeless it works well with the most "western" of bedroom styles, but can look equally as distinctive in a beach-front nautical decor or in your "eco-friendly" modern apartment. With dovetail drawers, high-quality roller glides, and hand-fiished details, these beautiful aged wood pieces are always customer favorites.
Log Bedroom Furniture
We favor log bedroom sets crafted from "dead-standing" aspen trees. This means the tree has died of natural causes, but is still standing upright until it is removed from its natural environment. This assures integrity of the wood (because it hasn't been laying on the wet forest floor), and also means that the forest ecosystem can be protected. Since large stands of beetle-killed pine or aspen trees provide the timber for most of the log furniture produced in the U.S. today, removal of these dead trees helps protect against catastrophic wildfires. It is considered to be an eco-friendly, sustainable resource.
"Mortise and tenon joints (ball and cup cut-outs), hand-fit spindles, glued, screwed, and pegged," is how they say it in the industry. The log bedroom furnitured on the site is superbly-crafted. We source manufacturers who pay attention to details like dovetail drawer corners, natural finishes, like linseed oil and beeswax, and hand-peeled logs. Structural integrity is important, so when a furniture piece is going to get heavy use, careful attention is made to reinforcing the joints, putting an extra coat of laquer on the armrests, or making other changes to protect your rustic bedroom set long-term.
We are pleased to offer free curbside shipping for most furniture products. Unless you are ordering a smaller piece shippable by common carrier such as FedEx or UPS, most bedroom furniture shipments will be delivered via "motor frieight," meaning, it will pull up to your door on an 18-wheel truck, where the driver will drop it off curbside. We go to extra effort to communicate with our customers about special needs, but if your delivery is going directly to a residence, if your location is very rural, or if furniture needs to be carried indoors, the delivery carrier may assess additional charges. We make it a point to communicate with our customers in advance to help avoid potential unhappy surprises or unnecessary additional fees.