- Reclaimed shorea wood bench
- Handmade of recycled railroad ties
- Iron frame is coated in a rustic bronze finish
- Unique patio and outdoor furniture
36"L x 18"D x 18"H, Floor to Seat Measures 15"
This reclaimed wood outdoor bench is hand-crafted from shorea wood and railroad ties, some 100 years old or more. This dense, durable wood is proven to stand the test of time in the outdoors and is a testament to nature's wonder. Each bench is unique due its reclaimed and handmade nature, with characteristic natural distressing marks. Set it outdoors or in for eco-friendly seating.
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According to an EPA annual report released in 2012, wood accounted for 8% of our landfill content even after recyclable woods had been recovered from the fills. This waste is among some of the most preventable if initiative is taken to dispose of wood properly and efforts are made to salvage it. Salvaged or reclaimed wood protects our environment, because when it is recovered from its original use and repurposed it not only saves trees, but also uses only a fraction of the energy and natural resources during production as its first growth counterpart.
Product may vary due to its reclaimed/recycled nature.
As our reclaimed wood products are in their second lives, you can expect to see blemishes, holes or other scars in the wood. But every scar has a story, and we believe these imperfections give reclaimed lumber its rich character and singular beauty.
Because our wood pieces are finished with natural products, color variations may occur. Additionally, a naturally finished wood will age differently than treated lumber. Due to dryness, small cracks and other imperfections can occur. To care for wood and maintain its natural luster, it's recommended you treat with mineral oil or apply a natural wax, such as bees wax polish or carnauba wax.Read More