Reclaimed wood vanities have been the popular talk of home owners and decorators. It is easy to see why. These vanities are unique; each is made with wood that has come from a structure that is hundreds of years old. The wood grains and lines have stories to tell, and the vanity itself, even if made to a similar design, can never be perfectly replicated. Owning a reclaimed wood vanity means you literally own a piece of history.
Design aside, reclaimed wood is wood that has proven its ability to stand up to quality and longevity. The wood has already been weathered and aged. The natural aging process of the wood guarantee that it will not warp or shrink when used as a vanity. With today’s demand for lumber, wood is harvested from smaller trees (there is simply not enough time to allow for full maturity); reclaimed wood is wood that was used during the older harvesting method, generally hand cut from carefully selected trees. The beauty in the grains of wood and the quality of the cuts is very evident when compared to today’s lumber.
Reclaimed wood is also, well, wood. Many of today’s products are made out of particle board. Particle board is a type of board that is created by pressing together and binding wood chips. This helps to create a much more economical type of board that can now be used to construct furniture. The issue with particle board is not the cost (it is much more economical); it is the quality and longevity. Particle board is designed for a limited amount of use and falls apart very easily. It does not stand up to high amounts of humidity and will swell and fall apart with prolonged contact with water. Solid wood, while coming in at a higher cost, will also last your lifetime and into the lifetime of future generations. The quality that comes from solid wood is unprecedented. The enhanced quality that comes from reclaimed wood goes without saying.
A reclaimed wood vanity comes with high quality, weather worn, and solid wood.
As this wood is not unlimited, they are also built to order using your specifications. Owning a reclaimed wood vanity means owning a vanity that was built from a structure that had its own story to tell—a structure that had its place in history. The custom creation also means that you are not compromising on design and style. You can specify the measurements you need for the space it will be placed in. You can also specify the look and feel and any custom embellishments you wish to have.
It is easy to see how a reclaimed wood vanity is a must-have piece of furniture if you are looking for the perfect home embellishment. Not only are you purchasing a solid vanity that will last for several lifetimes, but you are also purchasing a conversation piece that will stand out in your home. When you are ready to decorate, speak to our staff about our reclaimed wood vanities. Check out our latest vanities https://foxdendecor.com/bathroom-vanities/in-stock-bathroom-vanities/, we at FoxDen Decor will work with you to help create the vanity of your dreams—the last vanity you will ever need to purchase.