|Product Type||Shelving & Storage|
|Dimensions||73.5"H x 20" sq.|
|Made of||Reclaimed Wood|
|Made in||United States|
|Eco Info||An estimated 25% of municipal waste consists of wood from both construction and demolition. Hardwoods that could be used to make furniture are being disposed of in landfills in the US, while deforestation happens in other parts of the world in order to make furniture to export to the US. This American-made vintage Douglas fir piece not only uses reclaimed wood, it's US-origin means fewer resources are used in its transportation. Only water-based stains and formaldehyde free glues are used in its manufacture.|
Return Policy: We take great pride in this custom piece of furniture, made in America by our eco-friendly partners. Please note that due to the made-to-order nature of these pieces we cannot accept returns except in instances of a manufacturer's defect. Orders may be cancelled within 24 hours of placement. As always, our customer service agents are more than happy to answer any questions you may have.
Finishes and wood grain will vary due to the handmade and reclaimed nature of each piece. If the pieces are purchased at different times, they could vary even more depending on the different reclaimed wood and stain lots that are available.
|Product Care||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.|
|Additional Information||There are artists, crafters, makers, builders, carpenters and all other types of artisans right here in our own backyards, and our hope is that when you think of beautiful, handcrafted products from across the globe, you think of them too. Buying domestically can be more eco-conscious, as it reduces transportation needs and consequently the energy and natural resources expended in the process; this makes us huge proponents of shopping locally.|