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Please post a picture. Love to see the "sofas" in Walnut, may give me some ideas. I' ve used the traditional White Oak and Maple for Arts and Crafts furniture but not as yet Walnut.
You need to find new friends.
"They are sourced from a local artisan who hand made them from 100% US made natural materials following a traditional form first expressed in the late 19th century by Gustav Stickley and other contemporary designers."
I lost a lot of credibility when I told my friends that Ikea products are made from termite poop.
And no amount of fine handmade furniture is going to change that.
I do agree with the above comment about "gluten free" and "organically grown wood" though.