Finished in dark blue and silver, this stool is made of reclaimed elm wood from China's Qing dynasty era. Each stool is meticulously hand-built and finished by craftsman using time-honored practices.
Madera Home transforms aged barn doors, panels from antique armoires, and weathered old beams from forgotten temples into exquisite new masterpieces. Its furniture is made using only reclaimed materials that would otherwise find itself in a landfill as China races to modernize. Each piece is meticulously hand-finished using a multistep process and is colored with vegetable dyes to create a soulful patina so deeply engrained into the wood that it’s evident to the touch.
A lovely design of blue and green circles,
floating in perfect pattern. This work is a print of the original. It has a 1" white border around the edge, and is set in a handsome wood frame.
This ornate and beautiful antique screen has been
rescued from old buildings and temples that have fallen into disrepair or are slated to be demolished. Each is unique and has been carefully restored, with variable sizes, shapes, and designs.