Delivery time 2-5 days
The Forestry Bench is made of Douglas fir wood originating from Dutch forests. The wood is assembled with steel bow-tie wood joints. The wood will eventually develop a natural grey patina when left untreated. It is available in a Raw and Refined version.
The Forestry Tables are made from wood sourced from Dutch forests in cooperation with Staatsbosbeheer (a Dutch government organization for forestry and the management of nature reserves). The Forestry Bench is available in a 3 or 4 person version. To extend the life of your furniture, it is good to give it an oil treatment once a year.
|Space:||Suitable for outdoors|
|Warranty period:||12 months|
Resin is coming out of the wood. How can I remove resin?
The label on the set indicates how to remove the resin. Do not use turpentine, it may stain.
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MADE FROM DUTCH WOOD
The Douglas fir wood comes from forests that are sustainably managed by the Dutch Forest Commission. These are forests that are used for recreational purposes as well. Douglas wood is very durable and changes into a characteristic silvery grey color when left untreated.
RAW OR REFINED
The Forestry Bench is available in two designs: Raw and Refined. Both editions are made of untreated Douglas fir wood. The Raw edition has natural edges, showing signs of the original bark and the shape of the tree it originates from. The Refined edition has straight, sanded edges, adding a touch of sophistication to its look.
MADE FROM ONE PIECE OF WOOD
The top of the bench is made from two connected timbers. These two timbers are made out of one piece of wood.
“The Forestry Bench is unique because of its technical connections: traditional bow-tie wood joints made of steel. These connections make it possible to create a bench from any set of planks: raw, untreated planks for an all-natural look or straight, sanded planks for a refined look. The smart connections keep the beauty of the wood intact.”