We recently introduced Bayfield — a relaxed, casual design ideal for the “New Country” look. Customers and retailers have been raving about Bayfield. Let’s take a look at some of the “core values” of this bedroom group.
Solid spruce construction: European spruce contains natural grain detailing, which adds to the character of the furniture. The wood is finished with a dark mahogany, a versatile look at home in many settings.
Block joinery: Using solid wood enables us to use interesting construction techniques, such as mortise-and-tenon construction (pictured). The pieces fit together in a high-quality and durable way, ensuring that the furniture holds up through a lifetime of use.
Reclaimed look: It’s brand new, but it looks like it’s been around awhile. Solid wood also allows us to “engineer” character and history into the furniture. Irregular plank widths and saw distressing give a feeling of heritage.
In addition to an authentic, aged appearance, Bayfield brings the best of aspenhome’s highly desired “ahhhfactors” to the mix. To learn more about Bayfield, visit the Bayfield Core Values page at www.aspenhome.net. Later this week, we’ll look at more of the features that define the Bayfield style.