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Rusticity By-The-Wood Series : The Western Red Cedar

Posted on in Blog by Nikhil Kumar Surendra Agarwal

Rusticity By-The-Wood Series : The Western Red Cedar
The western red cedar (scientifically known as the Thuja plicata) is a variety of softwood commonly found in the Pacific northwest United States and Canada. Unknown to many, the red cedar is actually not a cedar tree at all. It is, in fact, a juniper tree with several interesting uses to put it t...

Rethinking Rustic : It's Marble-ous!!

Posted on in Blog by Rohit Yadav

Rethinking Rustic : It's Marble-ous!!
  The word “Marble” comes from the Greek word Marmaron, literally giving it the meaning shining stone. While its appearance may suggest otherwise, marble is surprisingly easy to carve due to its softness and is hence an extremely popular choice in sculpting.   We’ve all been in awe some time or t...

Rusticity By-The-Wood Series : The Ash

Posted on in Blog by Abhishek Jindal

Rusticity By-The-Wood Series : The Ash
The White Ash (scientifically known as the Fraxinus americana) is a variety of hardwood timber commonly found throughout eastern North America. As an evergreen tree, it grows up to 65-120 feet and has a lifespan of about 200-300 years. The tree is habitat to nuthatch birds and woodpeckers. Ash wo...

Sheesham Garh, the land of Saharanpur.

Posted on in Blog by Faraz Khan

Sheesham Garh, the land of Saharanpur.
Nestled in the Indo-Gangetic plains under the shadow of the Shivalik ranges, Saharanpur till date remains one of the most congenial and ideal places for creative development in the Indian subcontinent, perhaps because of its strategic location between a temperate zone of the doab of rivers Ganga ...

Stories from a Sylvan Land.

Posted on in Blog by Ipsita Dasgupta

Stories from a Sylvan Land.
If you are reading this, you are interested in the rustic. Perhaps you have in your possession a beautifully handcrafted item that you look at, admire, use or display on a daily basis. You could’ve got it at a local shop, or a retail store, or maybe from Rusticity’s website. You brought...