• Living & Family Rooms

    • Coffee Tables
    • End Tables
    • Benches
    • Bookcases
    • Fireplace Mantels
    • TV Stands/Consoles
    • Liquor Cabinets
    • Buffets
  • Bedroom

    • Bed Frames
    • Head Boards
    • Dressers
    • Blanket Chest
  • Kitchen

    • Cutting Boards
    • Serving Trays
    • Napkin Holders
  • Display & Storage

    • Standalone Cabinets
    • Chests
    • Mounts for one-of-a-kind Collectibles
    • American Flag Builds
    • Gun Boxes
    • Framed Displays
  • Home Office

    • Desks
    • Workstations
    • Wall Cabinets
    • Storage Solutions
  • Entertainment

    • Custom Bars
    • Dart Boards
    • Wine Racks
  • Tabletop & Keepsakes

    • Wood Turning / Lathe services
    • Bowls, Cake Pedestals, etc.
    • Jewelry Boxes
    • Decorative Boxes
  • Step 1

    The process starts with a phone call to gather information and any specific details that need to be met.

  • Step 2

    We will provide a detailed cost and time estimate. Upon approval we’ll begin your build.

  • Step 3

    We create a 3D rendering of your project where we can make simple design changes (as needed) prior to cutting expensive hardwoods.

  • Step 4

    Once you accept the design, we will discuss the color and finish type that you prefer and then we start the build.

  • Step 5

    We provide education and recommendations along the way to help you pick out exactly what materials you want.

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  • Traditional Joinery

    Joinery in general is the woodworking technique that joins together two pieces of wood. What a joint looks like, how strong it is, how long it will last, and other characteristics are all determined by the joining materials and how they are used in the joints.

  • Mortise & Tenon

    A mortise and tenon joint connects two pieces of wood or other material. Woodworkers around the world have used it for thousands of years to join pieces of wood, mainly when the adjoining pieces connect at right angles.

  • Live Edge Design

    Live edge is when the natural edge of the tree is both visible and incorporated into the design of the piece. This may be a rough, rounded edge on a coffee table from the girth of the tree, or a chest of draws with an uneven edge or textured surface where the natural edge of the wood or tree lies.

  • Dovetail Drawers

    Dovetail refers to a type of joint in which two pieces of wood interlock. Joints that have been dovetailed are extremely strong and secure. They are usually used to construct drawers. Dovetail drawers are recognized by their distinct pattern at the outside corner of a drawer.

  • Natural, stained or painted finishes

    Wood furniture finishes, or simply wood finishes, is a process developed to protect wooden artifacts and furniture from environmental damage. Without the right finish, the wood may crack, dry, swell and deteriorate.