What kind of wood do you use?
For the most part we use Premium grade, Eastern white pine lumber. Table tops are available in Oak, Maple, and recycled Antique Heart Pine.
Where is the furniture made?
We are still American made in Northeast Georgia, with the exception of our chairs, which are imported. All chairs are clear select hardwoods. For best results, we recommend all chairs be finished in paint colors.
Can I request more or less antiquing and distressing?
We try to accommodate any special request, at a small charge for handling. Our new three level finishing also lets you be more creative in Antiquing and Period design.
What kind of paints or stains do you use?
Our finish chemicals are custom made and not available at stores. All of our pieces are top coated with clear Lacquer, which is available at all Home centers, should refinishing become necessary.
How do I touch up scratches or worn spots?
We use a dark Glaze on all of our pieces, to highlight and dull colors. An acceptable touch up can be most often made with only a dark stain or Old English Polish.
Do you accept Custom orders or special sizing?
Yes, we are happy to quote any project you may have in mind.
What type of drawer construction do you use?
Large drawers have 75 pound full extension metal slides. Others will have various wood slides depending on the piece design. We warranty all drawer construction against failure by workmanship or materials for a period of 10 years.
Can I choose any of the finishes on any item?
Yes, we custom finish your order the way you want it, using one finish or combination colors. Also there are 3 levels of Period Antiquing…Classic, Vintage, and Old World.
How are the Pinecones done?
Pinecones are hand carved into the wood at a depth of almost a half inch. Each and every one is unique, and may be done on items other than those pictured.
How can I locate a dealer near me?
Enter your information on our Dealer Locator prompt located on the upper right side of our Home Page, and we will respond via Email with a dealer near you.
What wattage do your lamps accept?
All of our lamps are wired with 3 way switches for use with 3 way bulbs, typically 50/100/150 watts. Smaller wattage bulbs will only light one specific wattage.