Borkholder Furniture is sold via better-end furniture retailers across the country. Please contact a sale representative in your region for more information.
You may locate one of our sales representatives here.
Yes. We have finish samples available for review located in the Borkholder kiosk on retail floors across the country. You may locate one of our sales representatives here.
If you can’t locate a collection or a dealer, please call our office at (574) 773-4083.
As an heirloom quality, handcrafted product, furniture should be cleaned using a mild soap such as Murphy and a soft cloth. Do not use harsh soaps or chemicals as these may damage the finish.
Plain sawn (or flat sawn) lumber has the growth rings of the tree approximately perpendicular to the boards surface and has the straightest grain. Quarter sawn lumber has the growth rings of the tree parallel to the board’s broad face. Quarter sawn wood highlights the grain, loops and growth swirls of the wood. By definition, quarter sawn lumber produces boards where the growth rings are positioned at a 60- to 90-degree angle. The most obvious characteristic of quarter sawn lumber is the type of grain pattern produced. By quarter sawing, the wood appears shiny or reflective.
Rift sawn lumber is cut at a 30-degree or greater angle to the growth rings. This produces narrow boards with accentuated vertical or “straight” grain patterns. The benefits to this cut of wood include straighter grain that is up to 50 percent more stable than plain sawn wood. It also results in a superior looking product featuring less variation, longer lengths and medullary rays.
Should your furniture fail at any time during the lifetime of the original owner due to our workmanship, we will either repair or replace it. We extend this lifetime warranty to any furniture made by Borkholder Furniture after July 1, 2003. Normal wear, misuse and alterations are not covered. Note: On dining chairs, rockers, gliders and stools, there is only a five year warranty. To see the full warranty details, click here.