FallenWalnut

Hand-Crafted Wood Wall Art from my FALLEN WALNUT Tree

Chicago, Illinois · 237 Sales

FallenWalnut

Hand-Crafted Wood Wall Art from my FALLEN WALNUT Tree

Chicago, Illinois 237 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
(90)

Announcement   Hi there! Welcome to my FALLEN WALNUT shop! We create all our products using reclaimed wood from our backyard FALLEN WALNUT tree! We are professional artists who meticulously create everything using the highest level of quality craftsmanship!
All designs and photos are copyright protected, just ask to use them! :-) ©2017FallenWalnut.com

Announcement

Last updated on May 4, 2017

Hi there! Welcome to my FALLEN WALNUT shop! We create all our products using reclaimed wood from our backyard FALLEN WALNUT tree! We are professional artists who meticulously create everything using the highest level of quality craftsmanship!
All designs and photos are copyright protected, just ask to use them! :-) ©2017FallenWalnut.com

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5 out of 5 stars
(90)
Lisa Ward

Lisa Ward on Jul 11, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

The mirror looks PERFECT in our newly remodeled bathroom! It is exactly what we needed to complete the remodel. Amy was great to work with- she made our custom order to my specifications. Wonderful!! Would buy again

handlon1

handlon1 on Mar 16, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

What a beautiful mirror, I have received many compliments from friends. Also the mirror was extremely well packed.

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About

Our Fallen Walnut Tree is Turned into Art!

Back a few year our huge walnut tree was knocked to the ground during a terrible storm. The 50 yr. old tree was left spanning across the backyard with the tip of the tree touching the house. There was so much wood plus hundreds of walnuts all over the yard. We were devastated to lose such a beautiful tree that stood majestically shading the backyard, but determined to put it to good use in our home.

The walnut wood is some of the most beautiful in the US. The tree had split into different sized pieces, which we used to make things for our home. We listed a few items and before we knew it, we were trending on Etsy!

Shop policies

Last updated on October 13, 2016
Welcome to Fallen Walnut! It's named after a beautiful 50 year old tree had fallen down in my backyard during a horrendous storm! I'm making things from the fallen walnut tree! I also use reclaimed salvaged woods to make mirrors. I create all my own designs!!
Enjoy ;-)

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Payment
We accept just about every payment option.
Shipping
I make sure that you receive your order in perfect condition. I ship through FedEx Ground. Each package is fully insured.
I wrap each mirror in 4 layers of large bubblewrap, plus 2 more layers around the perimeter. Then it's secured in a large box with additional packing materials! I track the shipment making sure you get your mirror. Much like a retail store, your order is guaranteed to arrive safely. There should be no problem with broken mirrors or loose pieces. If there ever is a problem, just send me a message and we'll take care of you.
Refunds and Exchanges
I shoot really detailed photos that accurately display my products. You need to really look at the photos and read the products' descriptions, checking sizes and colors before placing your order. A high level of craftsmanship goes into everything we make. Please check my customer feedback too. All sales are final!
Additional policies and FAQs
"Made to Order" means that the item will be made after you place your order, and will have the same look and feel as the one photographed! You will see "Made to Order" written in the items' titles, as well as in the products' description text. Be assured that each time I create a duplicate item I keep colors, size, textures, and design the same. I follow a set of design specifications that I have written to ensure tight design adherence. However, there will be very slight differences from piece to piece, which is a characteristic of buying handcrafted home decor!

We add hanging hardware to the back of each mirror. When you're ready to hang it up, make sure to use a picture hanging hook, not just a nail because it can't support the artwork. The mirrors weigh between 2-6 pounds each. When I hang up artwork, I attach a wall hook at eye level. I'm kind of tall, so that's a good placement for me. If you need to fill out the wall horizontally, consider adding candle sconces on both sides of the mirror. It looks best when it's not hung too high above a headboard or furniture, so it's anchored and not floating.

To clean the wood use a dry paint brush to remove the dust, avoiding the mirror so it doesn't get scratched. Clean the mirror with window cleaner and a soft towel.

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