The Rochester hutch provides rustic drama for your dining room and is the perfect compliment to the Rochester dining table and chairs.
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Palettes by Winesburg is a collection of fine dining furniture – chairs, benches, bar stools, tables and cases – completely handcrafted in Dundee, Ohio, in the Heartland of America. We emphasize "casual but elegant" styles from traditional to the eclectic, all produced with superior craftsmanship and produced efficiently from our own timber that we harvest ourselves. Our family has been growing and processing timber for generations. Someone in our family is involved with every step of the production, from planting the seedling to putting that last touch on the heirloom quality furniture we handcraft for you.
Choose your style, wood, and finish. Palettes by Winesburg offers unlimited options. We’re able to offer so many choices because we truly craft each piece according to your order.
Before understanding furniture construction, style design or color combinations, a furniture builder must understand wood species.
The Palettes by Winesburg Wood Guide is meant to educate you about each individual species of wood: their history, usage, natural markings, coloration and other common facts. Also included is a special section covering proper care for your wood product, including the use of polish and cleaner, to ensure your investment will last for years to come.
The beauty of solid wood is that it is a natural product and no two pieces are alike. Trees endure long winters and dry summer heat, grow at various rates, and suffer broken branches and other disfigurements- all of which give each piece its own unique fingerprint. These natural markings are why people buy solid wood.
Did you know that most woods, even cherry, darken in open light? For example: if you put a placemat on a new cherry table, even in normal room light, the exposed surface can darken one shade in as little as a few days.
Wood species will also naturally expand or contract if exposed to high or low humidity levels. In most cases, these changes make no noticeable difference, but extreme humidity can cause problems for your furniture.
We hope you enjoy the furniture as much as we enjoyed making it for you!
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