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Slab Candleholders


Thoughtful details with a big impact--that's what you get with these slab candle holders. Filled with votives or faux succulents, it's just the touch to warm your room. These make affordable gifts, too!

Black Walnut Coffee Table


Attention to detail matters. Troy is fond of saying: "How you do anything is how you do everything." Adding these structural yet also ornamental bow ties out of spalted maple elevates the black walnut. Rightly so.

Tabletop Beverage Caddies


So you're entertaining more often at home--why not do so in style, with these tabletop caddies? Each has a removable trough, to keep your beverages iced cold, to water your herbs, to fill with river rocks around pillar candles. Yes, they are that adaptable! Spruce, oak, spalted maple--come pick your favorite!

Spalted Maple Entry Bench


In the middle of renovating a family room, this couple knew they needed a bench by their back door. They came to our showroom, got ideas, and then we all moved to a back shed where we store slabs, ready for projects. Aha! Now you're talking! Ideas started flying, and the result: this custom spalted maple bench, created just for them.

Hackberry Coffee Table


Not only does the hackberry tree have several aliases: sugarberry, beaverwood, nettleberry, it also has a long history of use by the Native Americans for both food and medicine. A cousin to the elm, we see a beautiful coloring to this slab, enhanced by the black resin inlaid in the multiple crevices.

Spalted Maple Coffee Table


A touch of black heightens the drama and elevates the decor. This spalted maple table has black resin inlaid in select areas, and it makes the distinctive graining stand out all the more. We finished it with a coat of epoxy over the entire top, sealing in the pearlescence.

Spalted Maple Wall Art


Being surrounded by nature isn't always an option. We can, though, choose our decor with nature in mind. This slab of spalted maple, hung on the wall, reminds you ever so gently of the stories a tree can tell.

Willow Bistro Table


When you mix reclaimed wood with industrial elements, you get this willow bistro table. An asymmetrical live edge slab tops a multi-legged stool base. Upping the ante even more, we epoxied the top in a durable resin, making clean-up a snap. This table is welcome in 'most any room: kitchen, dining, media, den, game, or entry. See it in our showroom!

Cedar End Tables


Our clients already had a cedar Welcome Home bench. Now, we've created two end tables for them out of the same cedar fencing that was used at the MN State Fair in the 1970's. They have such a warm color, with loads of history and a story that bears telling.