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You won't regret adding this unfinished bar stool. This unfinished furniture is ready to finish; simply apply a clear coat, stain or paint your favorite color. Constructed from eco-friendly parawood so it is a beautiful and durable solid wood piece. Parawood is a hard wood that comes from the great rubber plantations of Malaysia. The density of parawood is comparable to that of birch or ash. Its strength is rated the same as maple. Parawood is easy to finish and matches well with a variety of other woods. Once a rubber tree is no longer able to produce sufficient quantities of latex, it is cut for the process of furniture making and a new tree is planted in its place. This is an example of man's ability to fully utilize our natural resources, without harming the environment.
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Do-It-Yourself Stain and Finishing Guide
International Concepts offer an amazing selection of furniture including essential pieces for the bedroom and dining room. Are you looking for a bed? A new wardrobe? How about a new dining set? A new kitchen cart? Choose from the numerous designs provided by International Concepts.
If you are shopping for your living room or your patio, International Concepts also have you covered. Check out their accent furniture collection and Adirondack sets. These bestsellers have received a lot of praise from homeowners. They are well-known for their traditional styles.
In 1982, International Concepts (then Whitewood Industries) was founded in Greensboro, NC. They started as a distributor of ready-to-finish furniture. Their furnishings are made of solid wood. Well-crafted unfinished furniture was and is still in high demand. Homeowners can paint or stain these products to coordinate with what they already have. International Concepts later added a line of finished juvenile furniture. From a 9000 square feet warehouse in Jamestown, NC, they moved to a 24000 square feet facility in High Point, NC, in 1987 as the company and business grew.