Rotsen Furniture creates furniture and artwork integrating wood’s organic characteristics with a clean, graceful, modernist aesthetic. Each piece is individually and meticulously hand-crafted, often combining wood with metal, glass or Plexiglas resulting in pieces of exquisite craftsmanship. For custom work information and stock availability, contact our sales team at email@example.com
We just love placing metal and wood together! The Solid Harwood Bench – Metal Base is handmade, using solid blocks of reclaimed wood and Bronze powder coated base. The metal base can be customized to different styles and materials such as aluminum, stainless steel or powder coated steel.
Dimensions: 60″L x 17″D x 18″H
Estimated delivery 3 – 4 weeks
60″L x 17″D x 18″H
When working with natural wood, it is important to understand that each tree will offer wood with unique characteristics. Natural grain variations and color will cause the wood to react differently to a finishes. Mineral streaks, knots, small pits, and color variations are natural and in no way affect the product’s durability or integrity and are not considered defects.
Even as a finished product, the wood continues to exchange moisture with the air as it responds to climatic changes in its environment. It responds to dry air by losing moisture and shrinking. The opposite happens as humidity rises and the wood absorbs moisture. Seasonal wood movement on solid wood products is normal and not considered a warranty issue. These natural changes do not affect the furniture’s quality.
Wood furniture is best maintained at a temperature of between 68 and 74 degrees Fahrenheit, with a relative humidity between 40 and 45 percent. Avoid placing wood furniture near heating or air-conditioning outlets. If this is not possible, use a shield or guard to direct the air-flow away from the product. Exposure to extreme temperature or humidity variations can damage any solid wood pieces. This includes variations caused by humidifiers, radiators, and fireplaces. Wood can best handle variations if it happens gradually.
What to Avoid
- Don’t put anything hot or cold directly on wood furniture.
- Use a protective pad when writing and coasters under hot and cold beverages.
- Protect the surface when working with items that could stain or damage the wood, such as crayons, markers and glue.
- Nail polish remover, hair spray, perfume and potpourri (and any other products that contain solvents) can damage wood finishes. Do not place these products directly on a wood surface and avoid using them near any wood furniture.
- Be careful to avoid unnecessary or localized rubbing on matte or low-sheen finishes at this can cause uneven shine.
- Clean up spills immediately.
Direct Exposure to the Elements
Do not expose solid wood furniture to direct sunlight. Extended exposure with cause the finish to fade or darken. When unavoidable, always try to uniformly expose surfaces to light. Avoid only allowing light to hit part of the surface as this may cause uneven fading. Occasionally move objects placed on the wood surface for a more uniform exposure.
Dust is abrasive, so it can create a worn, dull surface look to the product over time. Dust will accumulate in joints and cracks and become hard to remove. Weekly dusting is recommended. Use a clean, soft, washable, lint-free cloth. Avoid sponges, dishcloths and fabrics with coarse stitching or embroidery.
Moisten the cloth slightly with water to help dust adhere to it. Do not let any moisture remain on the wood surface. Wipe using gentle strokes while following the direction of the grain.
Furniture Care Products
Typically, water is enough to clean the wood surface. Application of paste wax every three months will help maintain the original look of the wood. Before using any other product on your furniture, test a small, inconspicuous area to make sure that your finish won't deteriorate or soften. Wipe polish or cleaners in the direction of the grain. Do not use any products that contain silicone. Silicone can damage the finish by softening it. Avoid products not labeled specifically for wood finish care.
An elegant and cool solution for the home office, Rotsen’s Reclaimed Wood Floating Desk is handcrafted using a single slab of reclaimed wood and legs made of clear acrylic. The use of a naturally curved solid wood top makes this desk even more appealing. As with its wooden coffee tables or best living room and dining room furnishings, Rotsen has chosen to use a raw edge solid wood slab, which when crossed through by the 2″ thick translucent Plexiglas, results in a beautiful statement piece of furniture.
Product shown in Salvaged Muracatiara Wood.
This contemporary coffee table is made of two unique book-matched slabs of natural edge Cocobolo wood. The ½” glass shelf incorporated to the design, brings a practical and modern touch to the table. The two-fold design gives continuity of the cocobolo live edge, grain and rich figure from the wood top to the bases.
Customization options include finishes, reclaimed wood types, and sizes. Customers are encouraged to contact our design team for furniture image requests and to discuss design ideas.
Dimension: 50″L x 34″ to 44″D x 16″H
Planters made as a mosaic of salvaged wood pieces from different species, arranged together. Designed to use what is left over from the production of larger furniture items such as cocktail tables, dining tables and consoles, the Salvaged Wood Planters use scraps of hardwood collected from our own manufacturing process.
Three planters in the set.
short: 14″ x 14″ x 32″H
medium: 14″ x 14″ x 40″H
tall: 14″ x 14″ x 47″H
Estimated delivery 2 – 3 weeks