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Does the Shade of Your Reclaimed Furniture Change?
Does the Shade of Your Reclaimed Furniture Change?

We use natural, reclaimed wood, so subtle variations in color will occur.

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Written by Mark Abrials
Updated over a week ago

Keep in mind that we use natural, solid wood in our furniture. Most companies use plastic, faux, painted wood, MDF, or particle board. Not us.

Because it's natural timber, every piece of wood is inherently slightly different. That's especially true in the reclaimed wood version of our designs. This is real reclaimed wood — not a "reclaimed wood" look. Its rich character, imperfections, and nail holes are carefully smoothed and plainly on display. It's truly sustainable, and the finished product is always unique. We think that makes it especially beautiful. No two pieces are the same.

That also means our reclaimed wood furniture will inevitably have color variations based on the inherent nature of the timber. This is true even for pieces in the same order, although we do our best to match them as closely as possible. If you purchased a reclaimed wood product in the past, it is likely to be an approximate match of a newer item.

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