WHERE WOOD MEETS STEEL HAS ESTABLISHED ITSELF AS THE DESTINATION FOR SOURCING HIGH-END, CUSTOM-DESIGNED FURNITURE AND DISTINCTIVE URBAN WOOD SLABS AND LUMBER.
With over ten years in business, we salvage and repurpose felled, American hardwood trees, designing and fabricating custom furniture and fixtures for living and working spaces. Our core business grew from the urge to rescue the local, mature hardwood trees of Denver being cut down due to disease or age, and the desire to offer people a custom solution for their space and lifestyle. Many of these trees are considered ‘invasive species’ or are at the end of their life and we provide the outlet for giving them new life. By definition, no two slabs are alike, and each piece of each tree reveals its own beauty and inspires its new form and function. Pairing these sustainable, reclaimed trees with certified American-made steel (a recycled material in itself) has become our signature style.
Our pieces are well-designed, well-crafted, functional works of art designed and built to last a lifetime. Our clients are homeowners, architects, designers and business owners. They are discerning and seek quality, custom, unique pieces that perfectly fit their environment.
Strong and enduring, our work is designed and built with climate in mind to avoid compromising its integrity, allowing it to last for generations.
We are open by appointment M-F 9-12:30 / 1-5. Please contact us to schedule a visit or for more information.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
“I contacted Ryan and Marina last summer after encountering images of their work via online searches. I live in a unique industrial space in Denver and wanted a 12-foot high bookcase with retractable ladder as well as a large sliding barn door for our den/cave. They visited the space, I gave them some rough ideas of what I had in mind, and they did the rest. I am grateful for their hard work and attention to detail. Everything went smooth all the way through installation...The bookcase was Priority #1 for me but the barn door is untouchable. If you find one that looks better, give me a call.”
— Kevin P.