About Our Materials
Our reclaimed lumber comes from century-old barns, grain elevators, textile mills and tobacco warehouses found in Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming. The wood is responsibly sourced and recycled, making our furniture environmentally friendly.
Due to its age and historical nature, our reclaimed wood will have irregularities. These attributes are not considered imperfections – they add to the character and authentically rustic aesthetic of our materials. Each handcrafted creation is one-of-a-kind. Furniture may differ from website photographs.
Our rough-sawn fir is locally sourced and milled in Montana. Our industrial metals and recycled tin also come from Montana.
We strive for quality and durability, and use the finest hardware and finishes:
- Heavy Duty Soft Close Hinges
- Full Extension Ball Bearing Glides
- Oil-Rubbed Bronze Handles
- Adjustable Leg Levelers
- Pre-Catalyzed Lacquer Finish
- Heavy Duty Z Bar Wall Mount Hardware For Installation
- Oil-Rubbed Bronze Hooks
- Smooth Feet Sliders
All of our furniture is designed and built on-site in our workshop. Our team of industry experts has decades of experience, and our efficient processes enable us to offer quality, one-of-a-kind furniture at affordable prices.
Our lumber is finished with pre-catalyzed lacquer for protection and beauty. When needed, we supplement our historic reclaimed wood with a new lumber frame for added support that does not compromise the rustic aesthetic. Our wood is pre-dried in a kiln to mitigate the effect of changing humidity levels on the wood.
Our manufacturing facility includes a spray booth, welding booth, and natural kiln. Our builders, finishers, welders and upholsterers work as a team to bring any concept to creation at an affordable price.
Please allow 6-8 weeks for furniture production, or call us to discuss options!
“Season Checking”—cracks—are a natural characteristic of all rustic furniture.
During construction, we will fill all knots and cracks with epoxy unless otherwise requested.
All our rustic furniture products are covered by a lifetime warranty that protects you from defects in material and workmanship. Season checking is not considered a defect and is not subject to this warranty unless the cracking compromises the structural integrity of your furniture.