To regain the natural shine, buff with paste wax as needed. Do not use aerosol products.
Why We Love This
A fresh finish of distressed blue lends color and intrigue to this petite end table. Made of reclaimed elm wood from Qing dynasty furniture and buildings, this piece features a single drawer with an antiqued brass drawer-pull.
As China continues to modernize, Madera Home is salvaging examples of its past artistry--panels and carvings from old buildings, baskets once used to gather rice or water--and transferring them into one-of-a-kind pieces of decor. Its furniture, trays, boxes, and other accents bring the beauty of the East into your home.
Whether it holds a dramatic flower arrangement in
the entryway or is used as a buffet in the dining room, this versatile console table has a natural air of beauty that lends understated style and functionality to any space.
A fresh finish of distressed turquoise lends color
and intrigue to this petite end table. Made of reclaimed elm wood from Qing dynasty furniture and buildings, this piece features a single drawer with an antiqued brass drawer-pull.
This cabinet was crafted of elm reclaimed from
buildings and furniture dating back to China's Qing Dynasty, then given a distressed blue finish. The two doors open to reveal additional shelving. Less than three feet wide and more than six ...