There is a trend developing among many people to source out natural materials without impacting on some of the world’s most beautiful landscapes. More and more people are now searching for good quality furniture, that’s both stylish and sustainable. This growing trend has given many people the idea to use reclaimed timber, which has a unique and attractive look about it but does not impact on the earth’s natural resources. Coming with an enormous amount of history including notches and nail holes, reclaimed wooden furniture comes alive in your hands and feels particularly rich and exquisite when it’s placed in your home. One of the benefits of using reclaimed wood is that no two pieces of furniture is identical, everything handmade, nothing mass produced. Due to the fact that elements of this beautiful product are made from reclaimed and recycled wood, there will inevitably be variations in the wood grain, texture and even colour of each these products. The Malmo makes use of this reclaimed wood and combines the rustic timbers with metal frames and wooden handles. This dining chair has a wooden seat made with the same wood as the rest of the chair and is easier to clean.
Made from reclaimed materials (mostly pine)
Topped off with a water based sealer
This item may require some assembly
H 101cm x W 45cm x D 55cm
This use of recycling old timbers creates furniture that is individual and ensures that no two pieces will ever be alike. The images we are displaying here on our website are just an example of the typical finish to these products but they cannot be relied upon to be an exact match to the item you will receive.
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