Deadwood refers to the frame style where the logs are sanded smooth. We use a wide variety of species of wood, all of which is found already fallen and then dried in our kiln.
The seat boards on your Deadwood rocker can be natural colors, painted solid colors, or with custom distressed paint.
Did you know that we sell more rockers than any other piece of furniture? We have different styles for the frames and seat boards that can be combined in any way that you choose.
Here are a few examples of Deadwood rockers with painted boards.
Here are a few examples with natural boards.
Live Edge refers to the frame style where the bark remains on the logs. When it's available, we sometimes use all Sassafras, which gives the rockers a classic rustic look. More often, however, we use an eclectic mix of salvaged wood that gives the chairs a more primitive feel.
Suzanne Norman, author, root excavator