Now that you have your beautiful log home, let us help you furnish it! We can build you a live-edge slab dining room table to provide a rustic yet classic look. We can even build benches to match. What we find most people do is put a matching bench on one side of the table, and then have chairs on the other side.
Looking for something a little smaller? We also sell coffee tables for your living room or den. Our slabs have unlimited possibilities. These can also be used to build matching sofa tables.
Every man cave needs a bar, and we can build you a one-of-a-kind gathering point for your space. Take a look at the bars we’ve created in the past.
The best thing about our slabs is that they are an economy-priced solution for giving you an outrageously-customized look for your home. Besides as tops for our furniture, many of our clients use these slab tops for cabinets, bars, and very large conference tables.
We sell all of our wood pieces unfinished so that you can stain or seal them to the color of your choosing. What we find is that rustic slabs and furniture will look different depending on the ambient lighting, natural lighting, and even the material colors that surround it (carpet, flooring, stone, drapes, etc.) So we suggest choosing your stain once the material is in your home. And we will give you an extra piece of wood for testing colors to ensure you get exactly what you want.
Another common type of furniture we sell are the farmhouse tables. On these, we make them from timbers and rough-sawn 2X material. These tables also will thrive in any environment, whether rustic or modern decor. They simply go with everything.
As we are fond of saying, “You’ll never lose any friends with wood!” This is true. There will also be a market for composites and plastic products, whether for siding, furniture, or flooring. And we exist because we know that there are always quality-minded people out there -- probably yourself -- that do not see life as something to suffer through but instead want to enjoy as many experiences as you can. And what better way to do that than to surround yourself in your home with the timeless beauty of real wood.