The rustique bedframe comes with four L shape low posters on four corners. The bedframe handcrafted out of reclaimed wood from demolished old traditional teak houses in Java village. Steel brushed and whitewashed into a contemporary rustic furniture piece.
Width 227 cm, Depth 188 cm, Height 85 cm
The reclaimed wood rustic bedframe comes with four L shape low posters on four corners. The bedframe handcrafted out of reclaimed wood from demolished old traditional teak houses in Java village. Steel brushed and whitewashed into a contemporary rustic furniture piece.
The bed features large legs, thick head board, and large side rails. Four angle legs projected out from the bed rails into low posters.
Two posters at the bed head hold a thick solid wood board at the left and right side to form a headboard.
Large solid wood rails connect the headboard to the footboard using tenon and mortise joint fastened with screws. Two panels assembled of wooden slats inserted inside the rails to support mattress.
The rails and panels inside come in a same height to a platform mattress support.
We apply special treatment to create a distressed wood grains on the bedframe. The wood surface brushed with wire cup grinder to emphasize the natural differences of the soft summer wood and winter hard grain.
The bedframe finished with several steps. Painted with water base paint, then it sanded to make the paint left inside the pores.
The last finishing step is spray the wood with lacquer coating to protect the paint and wood surface.
The rustique nightstand features a coarse wood grains and angle legs to match the bed. A simple and sturdy small table with a thick solid wood top leaf handcrafted of reclaimed teak wood.
Employs two L shape legs assembled of wide and thick solid wood at the left front corner connected to the bottom of the top leaf. The back right corner left in L shape similar to the front legs is 10 cm higher than the top leaf.
The piece is brushed with wire cup brush to distress the grains deeply and enhance the wood surface.
The driftwood coffee table above is made of driftwood planks, the rough surface of the wood is distressed by nature. The planks connected using mitered joint to make the wood look like a solid log.