For True Americana in your Home you need Rustic Furniture
Think of a style of furniture and what the first thing that comes to mind is. Let’s start with French provincial…. Marie Antoinette. Retro….50’s soda shop; Art Deco….South Beach, and Baroque…..well, broke. I admit I don’t know much about that style. There is one style of furniture I am familiar with, rustic furniture. This style has depth of character; that is uniquely Americana. It is a mix of Betsy Ross, Abe Lincoln, and Wyatt Earp and a time when mankind respected the land they lived on. Rustic furniture has strength and gentleness at the same time.
Rustic style is the Norman Rockwell of furniture. This style has nothing artificial or fake, no plastic, resin or chrome, just wood. Rustic has the feel of America. Each piece stands strong, steadfast but humble all at the same time. Hand made quilts and woven blankets belong, American flags from every era feel welcome around this type of furniture.
Rustic wooden rocking chairs have rocked millions of babies to sleep. Rustic wooden doors have kept wind and rain from invading our homes. And it was a rustic farmhouse table where we all gathered around for the evening meal. Woodland Creek Furniture specializes in a truly Rustic Americana style of furniture; our Barnwood collection optimizes that Americana feeling.
Antique barnwood and timbers ranging from 100 to 150 years old are meticulously crafted into beautiful furniture. The barnwood’s aged patina, coupled with the refined lines; give this collection an “elegant yet rustic” charm. The barnwood coffee tables are made from solid reclaimed barnwood. It is crafted to be passed down for many generations. Many more designs will be introduced in the coming months.
If a picture is worth a thousand words take a look at our main website. Rustic furniture is at the core of American culture. It’s not just a table here or a chair there rustic is a feeling that engulfs the entire room. There is no mistaking the feeling of walking into a room furnished with Rustic pieces, the first thing you think about is strong yet humble America.