$7 flat rate shipping *excluding some furniture items
We ship curated goods through FedEx or USPS to the entire US. For other locations, please email firstname.lastname@example.org (or call us at 254-230-2054) and we can work something out to accommodate you. We ship our furniture through American West with white glove service to every state excluding Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota. This includes your order being brought into your home and placed in the room of your choice on the first floor.
Standard Shipping Rates....Flat rate $7 shipping
(excluding furniture & turned leg orders)
All our finishes are sealed with a clear polyurethane, which protects against normal wear and tear. The finishes pictured below are on new growth pine. Exact color will vary depending on the type and age of wood. i.e. older wood has a naturally darker color. We just recently added a new finish to the line called “Weathered Oak” & you can email in for pictures or more information on that stain.
Yes. The cost is $50 per piece. Send us an email with the furniture you would like stained or painted a custom color and we will let you know if it can work. I.e. some wood is made from poplar so it won’t look good stained and should only be painted.
Yes. You can send an email to email@example.com or give our store front a call (254-230-2054) and we can take care of that request. It is $15 to have 1-2 stain samples shipped out to you.
We typically say to allow 2′ for each chair at your table, however, it depends on the size of the chairs you plan to use. Keep in mind if you use a bench on one or both sides you will be able to fit more people. The diagram below can help get you started on deciding what length works best for you.
If your table has four legs, a bench needs to be one foot shorter than the table to slide underneath. i.e. a 7′ bench will slide under an 8′ table. If your table has a pedestal or trestle base, a bench can be the same length as the table.
Yes. The wood we use may look rough and have imperfections such as nail holes, knots, and dings, but it’s older and harder than anything you’d get from the hardware or big box stores. Because the trees were allowed to grow larger before they were harvested, the grain is tighter and therefore stronger.
No. Though we leave the natural imperfections in the wood, they are sanded smooth and coated with a water-based polyurethane to stand up to normal wear and tear.
Indoor furniture requires no special care. Just wipe it down with whatever cleaner you normally use I.e. warm damp rag with soap, clorox wipes, etc. You just want to be sure to never submerge it in water. Outdoor furniture may require occasional coats of polyurethane to protect it from the elements. If the piece starts to feel rough, give it a light sand and at least two coats of polyurethane.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 254.230.2054 if you have any other questions. Our HDC team is happy to help you find the perfect piece for your home!