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Barstools and Dinettes has professional decorating staff who work with you determine the correct specs and measurements you need for your perfect custom furniture. When you work with our team, we will guide throughout the whole process of choosing specific heights, features, materials, mechanics, upholstery, quantity, and more.

frequently asked questions about custom quality furniture

  • What temperature should good wood furniture sit in without warping?

    while remaining comfortable—keep your home’s relative humidity between 30 and 40 per cent.

  • What’s the best way to clean the furniture?

    Avoid cleaning your furniture with window-cleaning products, as the ammonia they contain will destroy the finish.

    Maintaining your furniture is simple: all you need is a damp cloth When cleaning a table that has a glass top, make sure the glass cleaning products does not come into contact with the wood or metal pieces.

  • What’s the best way to clean butcher blocks?

    A butcher block should be treated with food grade mineral oil on a regular basis.

  • Any cleaning solution tips?

    For any greasy stains: a mix of water and vinegar (50/50)

    Clean Teflon glides from time to time.


    Aristo Shield is a product that is endorsed by Simply Amish, and is what they use on their furniture

     Simply Amish also provides a touch up repair kit for minor marks and scratches.


  • What DOES live edge mean?

    The term “live edge” refers to the natural edge left on at least one side of a piece of wood. Rather than the sharp, clean lines in more traditional wooden furniture, live edge retains the natural beauty of the tree

    Live edge or natural edge is a style of furniture where the furniture designer or craftsperson incorporates the natural edge of the wood into the design of the piece. Live edge furniture often incorporates gnarly wood, such as Alligator Juniper, mesquite, Vachellia nilotica and salvaged wood that could not be used in conventional woodworking. There are special challenges involved in working with this type of wood, and several methods for live edge have developed. Some leave the natural holes and cracks in the wood while other artists fill them with resins.

    Live edge is a mixture of “Western” and rustic furniture styles. 

    FAQ: What does Amish Wood mean?

    Amish wood really means Amish furniture.  Amish Furniture is made in a small family owned workshops using locally sourced, high-quality materials. The secrets of the trade are passed down through the generations and generally kept within the family. The Amish use mainly locally grown, seasoned, hardwoods for their furniture. Hardwoods are denser and more fibrous than other types of wood which makes the wood tougher. The wood is milled in such a way as to make the finished product stronger overall. The seasoning period, which dries out the wood, ensures that the wood is less likely to shrink and warp. The natural density of the wood also gives it some extra protection against wood destroying pests like termites. An aesthetic benefit of hardwoods is that the compactness of the grain gives the finished product a natural glimmer and sheen.

  • What are some different types of Amish woods?

    Oak is the most popular wood used in Amish furniture. 

    Oak is known for its surface roughness. 

    Its resistant to scratches, stains, and dust, which means it requires less maintenance cleaning. Oak is also a very resilient wood, oak furniture can last a century or more. 

    Cherry wood is not only a tough wood, it has a unique color that can not be mistaken. 

    Cherry is easy to polish which keeps the wood looking lovely for a long time. 

    Hickory is one of the hardest, strongest, heaviest woods available in North America. It is distinctive for the light and dark textures of its grain. 

    Hickory can withstand the heaviest of weights without bending, warping, or breaking. 

    Maple is always easy to spot because of the many colors that make up its grain. Swirls of brown, gray, tan, white, and cream make maple furniture stand out from other woods. Maple also takes stains easily.. 


  • What is the current lead time for Canadel furniture?

    Due to a recent increase in order volume, our time to ship is currently 20-22 weeks. Transit time between our Quebec warehouse and your retailer must also be factored in, as well as the time the retailer needs to schedule delivery to your home.

  • How easy it to find a new product that will match my current piece?

    since exposure to light affects the color of wood furniture, the color of a new product may differ slightly from an old one, even if the chosen color is the same. The same is true for fabrics.

  • What type of furniture is used for Canadel products?

    The main type of wood we use is birch. However, imported and assorted hardwood species are also used in some of our collections.

  • How is the best way to care for my furniture?

    • Solid wood is very sensitive to changes in temperature and humidity since it is a living material. To protect your furniture, keep the humidity constant, ideally between 30% and 50%. If this condition is not met, the furniture may crack or warp, and the finishing products may be affected.
    • Store table leaves as close as possible to the table itself so that they are kept at the same humidity level. It is preferable to store dining room table leaves in an upstairs closet than in a damp basement.
    • Avoid placing furniture directly in front of radiators, heating vents or wood-burning stoves.
    • Do not use polish, wax, abrasives or products with alcohol or ammonia which could damage the finish of your furniture.
    • Never place anything hot directly on your table, as this will produce heat marks. We suggest protecting your table with a tablecloth or placemats when in use, to help prevent scratches.
    • Never leave liquid directly on the wood, as this could damage your furniture – the wood could crack and warp.
    • To protect your furniture finish, avoid daily exposure to direct sunlight.

    To learn more about the care of your fabric, please look under your product. 

  • Is there a guide for mix and matching?

    Same but different

    Matching mismatched chairs around the dining table or at your desk is one of the simplest and most fun ways to apply the trend. You can pair a solid rustic wood chair with a chair that has a quilted, padded, or brushed metal back and complete the set with a bench for the rest of your seating. Or pick an understated table and play with the styles, patterns, and colors of the chairs.

    Focusing on timeless pieces

    Every era has its classics that stand the test of time. In this case, the definition of classic is far from impersonal and minimalist decoration. You can define classic and timeless for yourself, whether it’s an antique or a piece of furniture inspired by one of your stunning trips. Each room should be personalized and reflect the people who live in it. In the living room, pair a pretty ottoman with a colorful oriental print or a large black and white arabesque pattern and a rustic wooden media unit. On the other side of the room, you can combine a round-backed wooden chair with a square, glossy, ultramodern coffee table. Feel free to combine antique furniture and up-to-date design, which blend nicely. You’ll master mixing and matching with confidence only if you follow your instincts.

    Mixing and matching for the more subdued

    The more cautious will want to play it safe with this trend that, let’s be honest, can be somewhat eccentric. But don’t worry. Just choose neutral or monochromatic elements. For example, you can choose two colors for your chairs or accessories and alternate them, or choose one color but select chairs with different shapes or materials. The same logic applies to media units, coffee tables and armchairs in the living room, as well as to the storage and decorative elements in entry ways. Another less intrusive, yet equally original, way to decorate in the spirit of mixing and matching is to focus on accessories. It’s easy to do and easy to change depending on your taste and moods. For example, decorate your hall console table with colorful frames and curios from different eras and styles, or choose decorative pillows in different sizes, colors and patterns for the living room. The days when we had to match our cushions with our curtains are long gone. Now it’s time to mix and match

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