10 Jan What Kind of Wood is Ghostwood?
When you’re looking at furniture, you have a lot of options to choose from. And there’s always a chance to try something new. If you’re looking for a unique, waste-free, and environmentally friendly option, let us introduce you to our handcrafted Ghostwood collection. Its textures, colors, and history tell an intriguing story. What is Ghostwood, you wonder? Let us tell you more!
What Kind of Wood Is Ghostwood?
The most well-known characteristic of Ghostwood is that it’s made from wood salvaged from abandoned buildings. You might also hear it referred to as Montana Ghostwood or Reclaimed Barnwood. The founder of Western Heritage Furniture, Tim McClellan, coined the name Ghostwood in order to honor the pioneers who first harvested these timbers and for the lost forests of old-growth their wood came from.
How Is Ghostwood Furniture Made?
At Western Heritage Furniture, we bring aged timbers back to life as stunning solid-wood furniture. Salvaged wood has a particularly smooth, dry texture and makes beautiful furniture. Often made from Douglas Fir and old-growth pine, Ghostwood will bring a fresh but rustic look to your home.
We also reuse wood salvaged from old buildings in order to avoid waste and honor the history of each piece we find. Your Ghostwood furniture could come from a rustic barn or a historic structure. If you’re looking for a waste-free, dependable wood with years of America’s history in its grooves, we can suggest a variety of our Ghostwood pieces.
Ghostwood Furniture in Arizona
Our Ghostwood collection can accent any space you’re furnishing. Some of our favorites include our Ghostwood Writing Desk, where you can reminisce about going back in time while writing a letter to a friend or writing your next book. You can customize your Ghostwood desk by choosing the color of nailheads, the base, and the leather.
Made from reclaimed barnwood that is more than 100 years old, our Ghostwood Dining Tables will surely spark up an interesting conversation with your guests. Its rough-hewn legs and patterned top give this handcrafted table a character all its own. Choose from several different patterns of light and dark-toned wood.
Located in Jerome, Arizona, Western Heritage Furniture serves many of the surrounding cities in the area, including Sedona and Phoenix. If you’d like more information on any of our Ghostwood products, please don’t hesitate to ask. Contact us at 800-616-1424 or send us a message today.