Chadhaus’s Sustainable, Handcrafted Furniture Will Last for Generations

May 21, 2014

There comes a moment in our lives when it’s time to trade in our beat-up college furniture for more grown-up goods — a bean bag should only double as the couch for so long. When that point comes, consider the exquisite pieces from Chadhaus, a Seattle-based company creating sustainable furniture that will truly stand the test of time.

Farmhouse Modern Table designed by Chadhaus

Founded in 2006 by husband-and-wife team Chad and Emily Robertson, the firm works with the finest timber suppliers in the Pacific Northwest to source a stunning array of woods, from dark walnut to rose-tinged cherry whitewash. The two combine their quest for high-quality material with an eye for elegance to form pieces like the Loft Dresser, a set of drawers with ample storage space and classic appeal. It’s made from solid wood and finished with custom dark-oiled steel pulls; mechanical slides mounted underneath each drawer ensures they each move smoothly.

Farmhouse Sideboard designed by Chadhaus

There are more stand-out pieces in the Farmhouse line, a series that blends rustic elements with modern simplicity. Though crafted with the help of state-of-the-art tools like routers and plasma cutters, Chadhaus’s furniture is meant to be timeless in both form and function. We can easily see how these beautiful pieces become family heirlooms.

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Images courtesy of Chadhaus

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