Kiesz Crafts is a friend to the shop. Ed, the owner, is able to craft a wide variety of quality items. He takes custom orders too! Please check out his site: kieszwoodworks.wixsite.com
Adam not only has a great eye for design, he is an excellent craftsman. Check him out and order up....you won't be disappointed! He's on Facebook and Instagram @Eastwoodwoodworx
Jennie is an amazing young artist. She can capture anyone's look, mood and personality as she draws on wood with charcoal pencils. If you are interested in a one of a kind heirloom, send Jennie Schinto an email!
Jennie bought a piece of wood from us and told me she was "drawing" on the wood. I liked her work so I gave her a piece of live edge ash and sent her a selfie. I was in awe of the finished piece from a cell phone pic. True talent!
This was the selfie I sent her with a piece of wood. I had no idea what it would look like.
Suzanne at Ashes to Ashes has a great eye for design. She makes Memory Benches, metal pet urns with customized magnetic lids, and more! The bench base is professionally built by Jeff at JP's Metal Works, powder coated with adjustable feet. A great way to smile and remember lost loved ones.
This bench is very personal to me. I provided Suzanne with some walnut and worked with my wife on sayings that Allie and Bill used to say. Suzanne built me this beautiful bench that we had on display at our open house. It was a gift to my Father-in-Law. Our family really appreciated her and Jeff's fonts, style, sizing and workmanship. This bench will be enjoyed by my family for generations.
Devon at Toltec Works made us a quick set of table legs for our open house. The legs have adjustable feet for unlevel flooring (left). These can be powder coated, blued, rusted, etc. If you think it, he can do it.
Craig Regan is a true master carpenter. He is an old school craftsman with unbelievable talent. Check out his Instagram @ctregan_
A client had this antique highchair but was missing the tray and arms. Craig Regan re-glued the entire chair and fabricated the arms with white oak. He even matched the antique coloring.