Warm, natural wood has the ability to create a relaxing environment where you can escape the stresses of the outside world. Your Western Custom Wood Furniture Bedroom Set features a natural raised grain and stockyard fence design to inspire and rejuvenate you. Available in a variety of stains and sizes, our rustic bedroom set includes a bed, nightstands, and a 9 drawer dresser.
Unique Custom Wood Furniture Built for Your Comfort
Owning custom-made, 100% genuine wood furniture means you?ll have a cherished heirloom that will last for many years to come. We build everything in the original craft and hand finish all of our wood to preserve it?s natural state, thus increasing your comfort.
You may notice that the rustic appeal of our western bedroom furniture reminds you of the stockyards of the Old West. That?s no coincidence. We drew inspiration from places like the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District to pay tribute to America?s rich history. In the late 1800s, more than four million cattle were driven through Fort Worth, and the city soon became known as ?Cowtown.? Though trucks dominate our roads today, the Stockyards of Fort Worth has continued to host the world?s only twice-daily cattle drive and sell thousands of cattle each week through their Exchange Building.
Rustic Custom Furniture to Compliment the Unique Quality of Your Home
Just like Fort Worth, we?re proud to carry on tradition. We let our wood air dry to preserve its long-term stability – we never use kilns to complete this natural process. Our cedar cypress is a renewable resource and all Custom Wood Furniture is hand hewn using mortise and tenon joinery. We never use glue, so you?ll never worry about your bed breaking.
The raised grain adds an extra level of charm and is surprisingly smooth to the touch. With little to no upkeep, your new Custom Western Style Furniture by ArtFactory.com is guaranteed forever.
Give us a call today to own the Custom High End Furniture you?ve always dreamed of: 1-800-292-0008
History. (n.d.) Fort Worth Stockyard. Retrieved from http://www.fortworthstockyards.org/history