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About Solid Wood Furniture

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About Furniture Woods | Rosewood Home Decor

Allow us to explain about solid wood furniture and why it is considered the best furniture to own.

When you see it, you'll love it!

Customers describe our furniture as strong, heavy, durable and, of course, beautiful. When you see a piece of solid wood furniture, it catches your eye and gets your attention. You can't help but want to touch it. It's amazing.

Eco-friendly, processed naturally from renewable sources!

All our solid wood furniture is built from locally harvested North American hardwoods. When a tree is grown, it is a unique creation. No identical twins are born in a forest. Therefore, each piece of wood taken from nature will have it's own special characteristics. The beauty of our solid wood furniture is the differences in the wood grains or the slight differences in how the wood takes the stain. Your piece of furniture will be a one of a kind work of art.

Your furniture is custom built just for you!

When you select your piece of solid wood furniture, you will have a choice of which hardwood will be used to build your furniture. We have included this guide to North American Hardwoods to help you make the right choice. Please note, if the comments refer to a particular wood as ' staining unevenly ', this is not necessarily a negative but does help you picture what the finished furniture will look like.


Solid wood is a natural fiber. It will shrink and swell with the seasons. Take care not to expose solid wood furniture to extremes in temperature and humidity. Season cracks may appear if humidity drops below 30-40%. Do not expose solid wood furniture to direct sunlight or a heat source, which can discolor the finish.


Solid wood does change color over time even under normal conditions. Lighter finishes are the most vulnerable to wood darkening.