Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! We decided to rebrand our site to Grand Wood Wall Art which we felt fit our brand better.

We no longer offer our smaller art on this website, but we still do on our Etsy. Click here to check it out.

We source from different mills around the Pacific Northwest depending on availability. Currently, all of our pallet art is crafted using reclaimed wood from the forest fires back in 2020.

Any art that is outdoor safe will say it in the description. We do not recommended hanging the ones not specified outside.

Every piece of art that we sell, we donate directly to the National Forest Foundation to plant a tree.

That is up to the discretion of the National Forest Foundation. They plant the trees based on where it is most needed in the USA.

We make the product to order. With this in mind, we try to craft, package and ship your product within 4-5 business days from the day the order was placed.

Yes, every piece includes hanging hardware secured to the back of the art.

We make everything at our small design and build studio in Sisters, Oregon.

Yes you can. You have 30 days after you receive the art to return it if it doesn't meet your expectations. For more information, view our return policy by clicking here.


Real grain, real knots and real cool.

Using the individuality of real wood and the beauty of fine art and images allows us to design and build natural, one-of-a-kind wall, garden and gift art. 

There's a warmth that only real wood has.

We use kiln-dried pine or birch as a canvas and our process sprays semi-translucent, all-weather UV protective inks directly into the wood's grain and knots. The result? An interplay of texture and color—art that lives so naturally in the wood you may think it grew there. 

Real wood can live inside or out.

DaydreamHQ's real wood art can withstand wind, rain, snow and sun and looks amazing both in a home or outside it. When left outside, the art takes on a beauty all its own as the wood acquires a patina and a texture that only nature can produce.

Real wood can be...and is...sourced, cut and hammered locally.

All of our art is designed, made and shipped from our studio located in Sisters, Oregon, USA. 

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