Are you tired of all the plastic and glass furniture you have collected over the years. Take a look around, nothing really matches anything. Is it time for a change? Woodland Creek Furniture carries a back-to-nature style of furnishings. Our collection of Rustic Furniture is unique and stylish, definitely a classic addition to any home.
Plastic and glass have their place but, there is no alternative for real wood. No particle board or veneer, Woodland uses the finest wood nature has to offer. Oak, pine, walnut, birch and hickory are just a few of nature’s gifts given to the skilled and artistic furniture makers at Woodland. Have you ever scanned through a home magazine and seen a room that looks cozy, relaxed and welcoming, with real wood furniture? Chances are that atmosphere was created by a rustic style of furniture.
Rustic Furniture has a character all its own. It has been referred to as Barnwood furniture, Farmhouse, Natural or Reclaimed wood furniture. Chances are, if you live in the United States, you’ve sat down to eat at a farmhouse table at least once in your life. Whatever you decide to call it; there is no substitute for this warm and inviting style of furnishings. Keep in mind, there are different rustic themes and designs. For instance, there is a segment of furniture referred to as contemporary rustic. It has been described at the Ralph Lauren of rustic because ‘it is rustic but it is also elegant and refined’
People who start off putting rustic furniture into just one room will get comments like, ‘I love this room’ or ‘What did you do to make this room so beautiful?’ Your guests aren’t seeing ‘the room’ they are seeing the furniture. When an entire home is furnished in a rustic décor, then the comments are ‘What a beautiful home!’ If clothes make the man, furniture makes the home.
Attention Baby Boomers, are you looking to downsize, relocate or redecorate? Are you planning to build a hideaway in the mountains, near your favorite lake or even at a ski resort? Bedroom, living room, dining room and kitchen furniture in rustic designs can mean the difference between a home and a haven.