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Honey Locust Coffee Table w/Black Resin


Forked branches don't usually make a great coffee table, but this honey locust, accented with black resin in the crevices, begs to differ. Amply-sized to fit drinks, games, and your propped-up feet, it's an out-of-the ordinary choice. Smart you.

Spalted Maple Coffee Table w/Black Resin


This one will take your breath away. The spalted maple burl, with all its twists and turns, is elegantly encased in black resin. Text Troy at 715.498.8032--you're gonna want to see this in person!

Maple Bench/Coffee Table


Live edges connect us to the tree itself; its rhythms, its movement, its glory. Double live edges give you twice the joy! The wide, heavy-duty trapezoid legs add the refined to the rustic.

Amory Oak Bench/Coffee Table


Two summers ago we met with a retired carpenter who milled this oak well over thirty years ago, helping to clear out the woods behind the Wisconsin Rapids, WI Armory. Lucky for us, (and now you), it's a great fit as a bench/coffee table with a story. Look for the Easter eggs--knots filled with blue resin--throughout!

Black Walnut Coffee Table w/Shelf


One beautiful, warm, significant slab of black walnut is not enough? No worries--this custom coffee table has a substantial beveled lower shelf, adding to the function and beauty.

Black Walnut w/Copper Resin Coffee Table


"This girl is on fire!" Alicia Keys had it right--this black walnut coffee table seems alive, with the brilliant copper resin swirls throughout. You have to see this in person to believe it, so text Troy at 715.498.8032 to set a time to view.

Black Walnut w/Black Resin Coffee Table


Stopped you in your tracks. That's what happens when you gaze at this artistic coffee table. Is it the locally-harvested, warm, black walnut, the pools of deep black resin swirling throughout, or the modern trapezoid legs? Pretty sure it's the combination that seals the deal.

Spalted Maple Coffee Table


Make a statement with a coffee table that will acquire more character with time, created with local materials by a husband-and-wife team that strives to bring refined rustic to your home.

Butternut Coffee Table


Butternut, cousin to black walnut, is a rare wood these days. Used by Early American settlers and the Amish, it is a beautifully-grained and warm wood that deserves a place in your home. This double live edge coffee table with its artistic geometric legs really sets a welcoming vibe for family and friends.

Spalted Maple Coffee Table


When you feel like you have the weight of the world on your shoulders, sit down and rest your feet on this solid spalted maple coffee table. With flared live edges and a warm natural finish, you can breathe a little easier, gazing on this beauty. Special thanks to our grand dog, Midas, for modeling today.

Pine Coffee Table


Furniture, at times, doesn't seem to have a relationship with nature. This pine coffee table does, putting you front and center in the forest, right at home.

Black Walnut Black and Pearl Resin Coffee Table


Yin yang, a concept of dualism, where seemingly opposite forces are interconnected, is readily apparent in this coffee table. We've used black and pearl resin inlaid in black walnut to show the interdependence that exists in the world. It's a functional art piece for your home.

Spalted Maple Coffee Table w/Blue Resin


Feel like dipping your toes in the water? Surfing the waves at the beach? You can visualize all that and more with this Caribbean-blue resin coffee table, filled with swirls that accent the spalting in the maple. Truly a unique table, this will be the centerpiece of the room.

Spalted Maple Coffee Table


There is so much to see in this spalted maple coffee table: tons of graining, black resin inlay, and spalting. It most definitely will make a statement in your home!

Honey Locust Coffee Table


We love wood. One of the joys we have is being able to work with and create using varied species. This time, it's honey locust's turn to inspire us, and that, she did. This coffee table's grain and live edges show some of the story within; pretty neat.

Oak Coffee Table


Three boards over 2" thick each were buried under a pile in a garage, milled decades ago by a carpenter, recently passed. We thought they were oak due to the heft, but were sure surprised by the tight graining and ribbons in this dense white oak. We joined the three, and now you see the Scandinavian flair of this coffee table, ready for your home.