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Custom Furniture at Fine Oak Things
Friday, 29 September 2017 / Published in General, Product Knowledge
What is Custom Furniture? We often get asked how much custom furniture costs.  Every piece that we make is customized because you choose the wood, the style and the stain that best suits your home.  However, our solid wood furniture can also be reconfigured, resized or redesigned so that it better meets your needs.  Unlike
Catalina Bedroom Set
Tuesday, 22 August 2017 / Published in General
Fine Oak Things 2.0 We’ve been hard at work and are excited to launch the new Fine Oak Things web site!  More than just a fresh new look, the site is designed to be more user friendly and compatible when browsing on mobile devices.  We’ve also added a wish list that can be emailed for
Oak Mission Trestle Table with Flowers
Sunday, 13 August 2017 / Published in Furniture Tips & Tricks, General, Trends & Style
Here comes Autumn! As your wardrobe changes for the fall, so does your home.  We want coziness, fluffy, textured throws to curl up in, warm tea, and we also want the warm colours inside to remind us of the beauty outside. A great place to start your fall decorating is with your dining table.  If
Canada's Best Quality Mattresses
Wednesday, 26 July 2017 / Published in Bedroom Furniture, Featured Product, General
More than just furniture, we also sell Canada’s Best Quality Mattresses Fine Oak Things is Milton’s premiere solid wood Mennonite furniture store. Our customers know that they can customize the style, stain and size of our solid wood furniture. But did you know that we also carry Canada’s best quality mattresses?   We have carried the
Colour Matched Solid Cherry Table to Veneer Leaf
Thursday, 15 June 2017 / Published in Furniture Tips & Tricks, General, Product Knowledge
You’ve picked out the perfect piece of furniture and measured to make sure it will fit in the room. The last thing left to do is pick the stain colour. Choosing the stain colour is often an overlooked component of solid wood furniture. Pieces need to coordinate together and with any existing furniture in the
Patio season is upon us and Canadians are now reviewing their patio furniture options. The warmer weather is on its way and cottage season is not far away and environmentally-conscious consumers are  looking at how to enhance the appearance of their outdoor space without impacting the environment. Recycled Patio, a division of Fine Oak Things,
Provence Dining Set
Thursday, 13 April 2017 / Published in Dining Tables, Furniture Tips & Tricks, General
One of the most frequent questions we get asked is, “What’s better for the table, legs or a pedestal?” The answer is, it depends. To help you decide, we are doing a two-part blog post. One will focus on the pros and cons of pedestal tables and the other, the pros and cons of harvest
Recycled Patio Deluxe Adirondack Chairs
Friday, 31 March 2017 / Published in General, Patio Furniture, Recycled Patio
The weather is starting to warm up and the spring flowers are starting to bloom — it’s the perfect time to think about patio furniture. One of the hottest trends is recycled outdoor furniture and Fine Oak Things is proud to offer our customers these exceptionally crafted, and environmentally friendly, products. Luxcraft recycled outdoor furniture
Florentino Harvest Table (Legs)
Sunday, 26 March 2017 / Published in Furniture Tips & Tricks, General
One of the questions that I get asked a fair bit is whether we sell furniture polish or include it with the purchase of our solid wood furniture. We don’t sell furniture polish or include it with purchases for the simple reason that you don’t need polish to properly clean and care for your furniture.
Cordova Dining Set
Wednesday, 15 March 2017 / Published in Dining Chairs, Dining Tables, Featured Product, General
Serving as an architectural primer to the streets of the capital from an architect's point of view, Buildings of London leads the reader on a journey around the city through the evocative paintings of architect Roger FitzGerald, combining his keen eye for detail and construction with a fascination for discovery 1.