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Continuing in our series of blogs concerning wood species commonly used in Amish furniture, we look now to what is perhaps the most practical and functional of all woods: Cedar. Cedar grows in a variety of species all over the world (i.e. Red Cedar, Lebanon Cedar, Atlas Cedar, White Cedar) and has been a favorite choice of wood craftsmen, boat builders and carvers for millenia.
Cedar boasts a natural rot-resistant substance and soft, straight grain, as well as a wonderfully sweet aroma. Durable and long lasting, Cedar wood is special wood. The Adironrack Loveseat Glider, pictured here, features aromatic Red Cedar construction, beautifully crafted wood slats and a timeless rustic beauty.
This summer, plan a trip to a local Amish furniture market and see first-hand what makes Cedar wood furniture so special. To see more Cedar wood furniture like this, visit our Brandenberry Amish Furniture store!