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Sustainable, Hardwood, & Handmade

A closer look at what you can expect when you shop with Hedge House At Hedge House, we work with domestic hardwood species that are sustainably harvested in the Midwest. Each wood type has its own unique set of qualities and variations.  Walnut has a dark brown, chocolate-like color to it. The Avers Credenza below shows the typical amount of variation in wood color and grain that you can expect.  White Oak has a blonde, amber tone. We use flat sawn White Oak, which contains a combination of straight grain and boards with more character. You might see small amounts of quarter sawn included. Quarter sawn white oak has naturally occurring flakes, shown in the photo below. Rift sawn, a consistent straight grain, is available...

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How Hedge House Beds Are Assembled

Hedge House Furniture’s white glove delivery service assembles for you, but just in case you’re moving or wondering how everything goes together - we’ve put together a few photos to give you the low down.  All of our beds are built from solid hardwood. The rails connect to the headboard and footboard via fasteners. Assembly is a breeze in a matter of minutes, requiring only a socket wrench to secure everything together.   Solid Hardwood Slats In the past few years, we switched to using vertical, solid poplar bed slats for the support system on our Berkeley, Garfield, Sawyer, Windsor, Fulton, and Oswego models. They’re easier to handle, more compact, and they provide a more rigid support while doing away with...

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A Retreat in Maine

This week we’re featuring our Solna Credenza, shown here at photographer Sidney Bensimon’s home. We couldn’t think of a more picturesque setting for one of our most popular items.

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