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Spruce Nightstands

$195.00

Wanting a new look for their bedroom, we met with past clients to create custom nightstands sized to fit with the modern rustic look they love. Totally great to work together, from deciding on the type of wood to the funk of the graining to the perfect stain selection--coupled with a custom TV/media stand, these pieces really make a statement.

Oak End Table with River Rock Inlay

$195.00

Sitting at the edge of the river, gazing at the rocks below--recapture that feeling with this oak end table, sized to stand out.

Cedar Coffee and End Table

$475.00

Take four comfy chairs, center them around this stunning round cedar coffee table, and slide in an end table to hold a lamp and drinks. Sounds like a recipe for relaxation! These pieces were custom created for our clients--what a great collaboration!

Black Walnut Tables

$225.00

A bevy of black walnut beauties await you, as we've created three tables: console, end, and coffee. Each one has its own ins and outs--check out the 'bear claw' marks on the console! These are front and center in our showroom.

Maple End Tables

$275.00

Created to match a previously-purchased slab maple coffee table, these end tables seal the deal. The client asked for "rectangular with funk", and that's exactly how we'd describe these.

Oak End Tables

$195.00

Classic Gray is on-trend and a great finish to these live-edge oak slab end tables, sized to fit in most any space. See these at our showroom! (One is sold; one still available.)

Barn Wood End Tables

$325.00

Loving the threshing beam table we created for them, our clients gave us a call to add to the fun, asking us to make two end tables out of the same wood with legs to match the table. Happy to oblige!

Barn Wood End Table

$275.00

Brand-name, big-box stores, Pinterest--OK for inspiration pics, but let's take that ten steps further. We collaborated to create this end table to match the stunning, statement-making coffee table from wood that has a local history and is custom-sized to fit in this family's new home.

Cedar End Table

$195.00

These blue-gray beams were leaning against the side of a shed, waiting for us to uncover their long-lost beauty. That we did; you will love the warmth and heft of the 3 1/2" thick top balanced by the flat metal legs.

Spalted Maple Stool/End Table

$95.00

A friend dropped off this metal base in need of some love, saying: "I bet you can do something with this." We did, indeed, adding a special spalted maple round to set of the curliqued-metal legs. This piece does double-duty, as it's sturdy enough to be a stool or an end table.

Black Walnut End Table

$125.00

We took a found metal base and paired it with a black walnut round showing loads of potential. Now, it's a perfect mix of elegant rustic, sized to fit next to a chair of your choice. Two created; one still available.

Barn Wood Coffee Table and End tables

$925.00

Building character--a positive outlook, no matter how you look at it. That's just what these custom-created pieces do, using 80+-year-old barn ceiling rafters to add authenticity to the client's home. Photos taken in our newly-expanded showroom.

Black Walnut End Table

$225.00

This client had some black walnut pieces in his garage for years. Now, he has a beautiful end table to enjoy!

Maple End Table

$195.00

"I'll know it when I see it"--and if you don't see it, let's collaborate and create furniture that is truly unique. That's what we did with these clients, using some of our maple freshly harvested and kiln-dried right here. This double-shelf console table provides loads of display while the end table connects the seating, giving a not-so-subtle nod to the beauty of nature.

Oak End Table

$175.00

Channeling a Scandinavia vibe, this pickled oak slab gently tops the flat metal legs, sized to fit wherever it's needed.

Black Walnut End Table

$325.00

Past customers stopped and visited with us at the Rising Star Mill art show, and admired some of our black walnut tables. They had been wanting something "different" for their living room, and seeing the black walnut sealed the deal. We collaborated and created three pieces, all with live edges and custom metalworking, to best fit their space and needs. That's what makes it all worthwhile: to involve clients in the artistic process as we create unique furniture for their homes.