Handcrafted of elm reclaimed from temples dating back to China's Qing Dynasty, this sideboard offers shelving behind its three doors.
Madera Home transforms aged barn doors, panels from antique armoires, and weathered old beams from forgotten temples into exquisite new masterpieces. Everything offered is made using only reclaimed wood, material 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.
With roots that date back to the Qing
dynasty, this sideboard in a blue and silver leaf finish is a reclaimed piece of history, still bearing centuries-old carvings from its previous life. Meticulously handcrafted by utilizing over 120 different processes, ...
This five-feet-wide sideboard was crafted from elm wood
reclaimed from buildings and furniture dating back to China's Qing Dynasty. The distressed silver finish of the four doors, which open to reveal shelving, offers a striking contrast to the equally aged ...