Here at BedWorks, we are proud to promote this environmental message by ensuring our products meet strict environmental safety standards. Our stunning timber bed frames are crafted using sustainable plantation timbers finished with industry-leading, German-made Livos natural sealing products. These incredible eco-friendly stains produce a truly inspiring natural finish using only organic compounds. That means Livos stains are kinder to the timber, your family, and our planet.
Here are just a few of the game-changing advantages of Livos eco stains.
Our team is committed to quality every step of the way – when you purchase a handcrafted custom bed frame from BedWorks, you know you are getting the best of the best. Applying the sealer or stain is one of the very last steps in the construction process. Our Australia-based team follows a thorough four-step protection process that yields gorgeous, long-lasting, flawless results every time. It works like this:
First, we apply the stain or sealer to the timber. Stains are available in several natural shades, ranging from bright white and clear lacquer to deep smoke and dark chocolate.
Then, we apply a generous coating of nourishing Kunos Oil. This locks in the stain for a deep, vibrant colour that’ll stand the test of time. It also hydrates and protects the wood.
We allow the stain and oil combination to dry for at least 24 hours. This gives the products ample time to adhere to the timber properly.
Finally, we repeat the entire process again from start to finish. By applying two coats of stain and oil, we can achieve a smooth, even finish.
So, what are you waiting for? Invest in sustainable sleep today and treat yourself – and our planet – to the highest quality, fully customisable bed frames on the market. And, if you have any questions or concerns about us, our products, our delivery service, or our environmental commitment, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our friendly team today on 1800 980 776 or at [email protected] We are committed to a green future. Are you?