We create a waterfall design by making a precise miter cut on one end of a solid slab. It's a technique to achieve the illusion of wood grain cascading over the edge. This design approach can be applied to various furniture pieces such as coffee tables, sofa tables, or desks. Customizing the size allows for tailoring the design to fit specific needs and spaces
Creating a double waterfall effect with a precise miter cut on each end can give the appearance of the a double waterfall of wood grain cascading over both edges. It's a unique and visually appealing way to incorporate the natural beauty of wood into furniture pieces.
Round tables can add a touch of elegance and sophistication to a dining area. They often have a more cohesive and balanced aesthetic compared to rectangular tables. They are available in a wide range of styles, from traditional and classic to modern and minimalistic.
Round tables can be small for intimate settings or larger to accommodate more guests. Choose a size that suits your space and the number of people you intend to seat. Many round tables have a single pedestal base at the center instead of four legs at the corners. This not only offers more legroom but also adds a unique design element.
Ultimately, the choice of a round dining table depends on your personal preferences, the size of your dining area, and the atmosphere you want to create during meals and gatherings.
Bookmatching is a technique in woodworking where two successive cuts from the same tree are joined together to create a symmetrical pattern that resembles an "opened book." This technique highlights the natural beauty of the wood grain and creates a visually striking effect.
When creating a bookmatched pair, there are different layout options to consider. One option is to have a direct mirror image, where the two adjoining surfaces are an exact reflection of each other. This layout creates a seamless and symmetrical pattern that emphasizes the continuity of the wood grain.
A FULL SLAB table is a unique and rustic piece of furniture made from a single, uncut slab of wood.
You have your choice of a live edge or a straight edge
-The live edge maintains the natural contours of the tree, providing an organic and live appearance. The top surface showcases the wood's natural grain patterns, knots, and imperfections, adding character and charm.
- The straight edge table features a clean and straight-cut edge, removing the natural irregularity found in the outer edge of the tree. The straight edge design offers a more refined and modern appearance, making it suitable for various interior styles.
When it comes to custom pieces, you have the freedom to choose between a straight edge or a live edge, depending on your personal preference and design vision. Whether you're looking to create a coffee table, sofa table, end table, or any other type of table, the choice between a straight edge and a live edge can significantly impact the overall look and feel of the piece.
A straight edge offers a clean and streamlined appearance, providing a more contemporary or refined aesthetic. It works well in modern or minimalist designs, where a sleek and precise look is desired.
On the other hand, a live edge brings a more organic and natural feel to the piece. The untouched and irregular edges of the wood showcase the beauty of the natural grain patterns, knots, and imperfections. Live edge tables can add warmth, character, and a rustic charm to the space.
Ultimately, the decision between a straight edge and a live edge comes down to your personal style and the atmosphere you want to create in your room. Customization allows you to tailor the design to your specific preferences, ensuring that the piece perfectly suits your needs and complements your overall interior design.
We offer a wide variety of epoxy colors to enhance the visual appeal of our custom made pieces. Filling cracks and holes with colored epoxy can create striking contrasts or complement the natural tones of the wood.
By carefully selecting epoxy colors that harmonize with the wood or provide a bold contrast, you can accentuate the unique features and patterns of the piece. This technique allows you to customize the appearance and highlight the craftsmanship of your project.
Whether you prefer subtle and understated colors or vibrant and eye-catching hues, the choice of epoxy color can significantly impact the overall aesthetic of the finished piece. It provides an opportunity to add depth, character, and a touch of creativity to your woodworking projects.
We use a clear epoxy finish on all of our custom furniture pieces, except for high shelves and stair treads. Using epoxy as a finish on our custom wood pieces enhances their beauty and durability.
By applying epoxy as a finish, we achieve a high level of clarity, which allows the natural grain and color of the wood to shine through. This enhances the overall aesthetics of the piece, making it visually appealing. Furthermore, epoxy provides a durable and long-lasting protective layer. It forms a hard and resistant surface that can withstand daily use, spills, and other potential damage. This helps to preserve the wood and extend the lifespan of your custom pieces. Epoxy creates a smooth and glossy surface. We sand out the gloss from the epoxy finish to achieve a matte finish. A matte finish provides a subdued and natural look, giving the wood a soft and tactile appeal. We then seal the matte epoxy surface with a Reclaimed Secret's sealant which further enhances its durability and longevity. It forms a protective barrier that can extend the lifespan of the piece, ensuring it lasts for years to come.
The combination of a smooth and durable epoxy surface, a matte finish, and a protective sealant provides a premium solution that showcases the natural beauty of the wood while ensuring its longevity. It's a fantastic approach to delivering high-quality and long-lasting wood pieces to our customers.In addition to its durability, epoxy is also resistant to moisture. It helps to prevent the wood from warping, cracking, or fading over time.