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Welcome to LBHcozycreation!



My name is James Draper and I am owner at LBH. A lot is invested into this company and into the furniture you are seeing. Most of the pieces take more than 40 hours to make and take a team of 3 to 4 craftsmen to complete. Friends - James, Brad, and Nick use reclaimed wood and black iron to create a rustic yet refined work of art. Our customers are contributing to supporting our industry that is curtailing big industries abandoned shipping materials. Rescuing beautiful natural resources from squander and transforming the abandoned material into functional art. The tabletops are made from rare overseas hardwoods as well as local hardwoods like white and red oak, spalted maple, and cherry. LBH workshop is generating heirloom tables from abandoned industrial shipping material. These handcrafted tables tell a…

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  • Born on January 15
  • Joined November 26, 2011

Favorite materials

Recycled pallet wood, fence wood, barn wood, reclaimed wood, heat pine, red oak, white oak, poplar

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LBHcozycreation
Interior decor made by hand from reclaimed...

About

Welcome to LBHcozycreation!



My name is James Draper and I am owner at LBH. A lot is invested into this company and into the furniture you are seeing. Most of the pieces take more than 40 hours to make and take a team of 3 to 4 craftsmen to complete. Friends - James, Brad, and Nick use reclaimed wood and black iron to create a rustic yet refined work of art. Our customers are contributing to supporting our industry that is curtailing big industries abandoned shipping materials. Rescuing beautiful natural resources from squander and transforming the abandoned material into functional art. The tabletops are made from rare overseas hardwoods as well as local hardwoods like white and red oak, spalted maple, and cherry. LBH workshop is generating heirloom tables from abandoned industrial shipping material. These handcrafted tables tell a true story of Made in the South.
Established in 2010 when James made a coffee table out of 2 pallets that he pulled out of a construction dumpster. He was a full time college student studying communication and working a full time job. The coffee table was a huge success with all of his friends and since then James has surrounded himself with professional craftsmen. Together the three are studying furniture design, species of wood, and sustainability to continue making a great product and minimizing their customers environmental footprint. The South can be proud of LBH and the product they are producing .
We are working over time everyday and would like to hire a new craftsman named Greg. In order for Greg to get on the team we have to make record table sales each month. I believe you are shopping for something and I want to let you know that LBH is here for you. We are here to make what you need and want, if it is a dream or if it is something you have seen on our site, we want to make it a reality.


James Draper
P. 770 868 6122

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