Looking for a solid beech bed? Here you can see at a glance our full range of beech beds…
Beech is a light coloured timber with a slightly pinkish cast and a tight, speckled grain. Over time the colour can deepen and grow warmer in tone. As with any wood, there are variations in grain and tone: part of the beauty of a natural product. If you are looking to match your beech bed with current furniture please request a timber sample from us, but please note that wood samples should be taken as indicative of the wood and finish – it is not possible to guarantee an exact colour match.
Our full range of hand made bed designs are available in solid Beech. Want to see more of the Beech timber? Click here to see more images of our beech beds and beech inspired interior design. We also have a blog post featuring beech timber!
Natural Bed Company wooden beds only use timber from sustainable sources and never use endangered tropical hardwoods. All our timber is from a legally certified source and purchased under EUTR (European Union Timber Regulation). Our pine is from Scandinavia and our hardwoods – ash, oak, maple, cherry, walnut and beech are from the USA or northern Europe. Buying timber from managed forests ensures that new trees are planted and the cycle of planting, growth and harvest can continue. We think it is important that the amazing natural resource of timber should be used to make furniture that will last.
Unless otherwise specified, our beds are finished in a durable Natural look (low sheen) lacquer. This provides an easy to care for and durable finish that doesn’t compromise the natural beauty of the wood grain.
Solid woods may expand and shrink slightly with differences in temperature and humidity. Take care not place your furniture next to radiators or anywhere subject to any excessive changes in temperature or moisture content. If you are using our bedside tables – we recommend that any beverages should be placed on mats and spillages should be wiped up immediately to prevent marking.
To clean the wood finish, wipe with a slightly damp cloth and immediately buff with a dry cloth. Silicone based polishes should not be used on the wood too often as they build up and leave a sticky residue on the surface.
You may want to take a look here for further tips and ideas for cleaning your wooden furniture.