Rustic Game Table in Redwood & Juniper

SALE: 85% OFF the Log Home Planbook

SALE: 85% OFF the Log Home Planbook

This furniture design typifies the level of craftsmanship available at Woodland Creek. Only a seasoned rustic furniture builder could build this design. We have a shop full of talented artisans. This octagon live edge game table is handcrafted out of solid redwood and paired with an artistic juniper log base. We can make any size needed. You would think this design would only fit into a rustic log cabin home – this is not the case. We are seeing our customers mix these transitional designs into traditional, cottage, coastal and even contemporary decors.

Woodland Creek Furniture has been building some of the finest rustic furniture in the country for over 12 years now, and we have yet to have a customer not say "wow" when they see one of these unique beds set up in their bedroom. Matching dressers, chests and nightstands are available – of course, in any size needed. Come visit our workshop and we’ll teach you some of our tricks (not all of them or the other rustic guys would be lining up for classes).

Woodland Creek started with an idea to make unique rustic furniture from exotic woods. During the summer of 1997 Robert Evina, Woodland Creek’s founder, traveled extensively through remote villages in Russia, Ukraine, Romania, and Hungary. During his travels he came across beautiful exotic woods. Having watched his uncles in Alaska craft log homes and rustic furniture, he knew the exotic woods would make some very interesting rustic furniture.

Woodland Creek now imports reclaimed wood from Eastern Europe, Mexico, Indonesia, China, California, Utah, and Colorado. When you combine a wood from Eastern Europe with a wood from California or Michigan, you have a look unlike any other and rustic furniture like any other.

It is Woodland Creek’s goal to offer the highest quality, most unique rustic furniture in the country with superior customer service.

Company Woodland Creek Furniture
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  • July 17, 2014 4:14 am