Solid hardwood bed frames. Made form solid Premium American
midwestern and appalachian hardwoods that are from Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) sustainably managed
forests and in plentiful supply.
- Walnut (Juglans nigra). Common Names:
American Walnut or Eastern Black Walnut. Characteristics: The sapwood of black walnut is nearly white, while the heartwood is light brown to dark, chocolate brown, often with a purplish cast and darker streaks. The wood is heavy, hard, and stiff and has high shock resistance.
- Cherry (Prunus serotina). Common Names: Wild Black Cherry, Mountain Black Cherry and Rum Cherry. Characteristics: The heartwood is brownish with a greenish tinge, darkening upon exposure to a deep reddish brown with a golden luster. The wood has a mild, aromatic scent, but no characteristic taste. It is of medium density, firm, and strong, with a fine, uniform texture.
- Hard Maple (Acer saccharum). Common Names:
Sugar Maple or Rock Maple. Characteristics: Sapwood is commonly white with a slight reddish-brown tinge. Hard maple has a fine, uniform texture, is resistant to abrasion and has no characteristic odor or taste. It is heavy, strong, stiff, hard, and resistant to shock.
- Red Oak (Quercus rubra). Common Names:
American Red Oak, Black Oak, Buck Oak, Eastern Red Oak.
Characteristics: Heartwood is reddish brown in color and has a course texture. Oak is heavy, straight-grained, hard, tough, very stiff, and strong.
Wooden slats are made from Premium Poplar with bull nosed edges.
Made in the USA
10 Year Manufacture
unfinished, hand rubbed with linseed oil and beeswax (most popular),
hand rubbed teak oils, or hard wax oils (on oak wood only). Unfinished is a
great option for people looking to finish it themselves or for some people
that are chemically sensitive. Adding a finish can help add protection to the wood.
Finished below shown with Linseed oil and beeswax finish:
Hard Wax Oil colors available for Oak Furniture:
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European hard wax oil is used because it does not contain petrochemicals so it is VOC-free. It does not stink like big box store stains which require respirators to apply. The hard wax oil is plant oil based and, like
the linseed oil and teak oil finishes, is applied to the wood, allowed to soak in and then wiped to remove excess oil. It does not cover the wood texture like paint but rather collects more in the grain and brings out the patterns and beauty.
Average Lead Time - 2
weeks to make plus approximatley 1 week to arrive.