As part of the Made in USA movement, we delight in building custom furniture and functional art pieces for discerning clients who want special, quality pieces in their homes.
The Wood Has a Story to Share
Custom furniture tells a story about you. It’s an expression of your style and says something about what matters to you. But the wood also has a story of its own. The type of tree it came from, the people who milled it, and the travels it went through to become what it is now are all a part of that story. And that story becomes part of your story.
We often acquire hard-to-find, unique, or uncommon boards and slabs from local mills, from specialty suppliers around the county, and from private sawmills we’ve built relationships with. In many cases, we’re able to acquire wood that simply isn’t available from retail sources and can only be found by scouring secondary markets. Occasionally, we even buy out local wood suppliers to add to our inventory.
Some of the wood we use comes from urban loggers—from trees that were in cities, parks, or backyards and grew too large, or had to be removed due to disease. Sometimes the boards we acquire were milled over 100 years ago, from trees that were over 100 years old at that time. And for all those years, those boards have been bought and sold over and over again, and eventually make it into our shop, and ultimately into your home as a piece of custom furniture.