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We are a husband and wife team (and a few kids), who love the finer things in life, unfortunately our pocketbook did not agree. Being younger at one point and having more energy than money. We bought some land, bought a sawmill, and proceeded to build and build and build, and what transpired over some years was a beautiful home, finer furnishing, and a love for working with nature and turning the impossible into a dream. It is very hard work, but really there's nothing more rewarding than taking something that most would throw away, and giving it a whole new purpose. We try to use all the materials we can, and gather lumber from land being cleared to lightning strikes, wherever it's available. nothing goes to waste. Growing up in the mid west, surrounded by farm ground, I see daily, how the trees are being taken down and burned, just to get a few more rows of corn. I do not like seeing old irreplaceable barns taken down to make…

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  • Joined January 18, 2011

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wood, metal, nature, earth, green, eco friendly, reclaimed wood, mill direct, salvaged wood, sawmill, recycled wood, timber, natural

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We are a husband and wife team (and a few kids), who love the finer things in life, unfortunately our pocketbook did not agree. Being younger at one point and having more energy than money. We bought some land, bought a sawmill, and proceeded to build and build and build, and what transpired over some years was a beautiful home, finer furnishing, and a love for working with nature and turning the impossible into a dream. It is very hard work, but really there's nothing more rewarding than taking something that most would throw away, and giving it a whole new purpose. We try to use all the materials we can, and gather lumber from land being cleared to lightning strikes, wherever it's available. nothing goes to waste. Growing up in the mid west, surrounded by farm ground, I see daily, how the trees are being taken down and burned, just to get a few more rows of corn. I do not like seeing old irreplaceable barns taken down to make furniture, or birdhouses. when we are surrounded by natural resources, that make much more sense to use. We mill all our lumber ourselves on our mill and dry it to around 6-8 %.
Then the fun begins, We are only limited by our own imagination! We welcome new ideas! We love working with wood and creating. A lot of the things we put on Etsy are small because of shipping, but as we grow and learn (which is constant) I would like to put some larger products on the Etsy shop to showcase some of my husbands incredible talent!
Customer satisfaction is so important to us. There is nothing more rewarding than that!
Please feel free to contact us with any thoughts you might have, would love to hear from ya!
God bless!

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