Announcement Our family shop is currently booked to capacity for the 2018 Holiday Season and we are resting our Etsy storefront to ensure that everyone who has already ordered gets the best products and service possible. Thank you to all who have ordered and we will see you again in early 2019!
Our family shop is currently booked to capacity for the 2018 Holiday Season and we are resting our Etsy storefront to ensure that everyone who has already ordered gets the best products and service possible. Thank you to all who have ordered and we will see you again in early 2019!
jon on Nov 1, 20185 out of 5 stars
This cutting board is absolutely gorgeous. The curly maple is brilliant, with lots of depth. The long shape is perfect for French bread and cheese ... Gets tons of adoring comments from all who see it. Amazing craftsmanship!
5 out of 5 stars
Cutting board is so smooth. Beautiful wood! So glad I purchased this!
5 out of 5 stars
Excellent product for the cutting board.
sbvore on Sep 27, 20185 out of 5 stars
These wood kitchen paddles have beautiful grain and are extremely smooth and well-made. Each one is unique. They wash easily and are useful in making stir-fry dishes, soups, sauces, cooking scrambled eggs as well as mixing dry and/or wet ingredients. Having different sizes is helpful when using pans of differing sizes and depths. I have purchased numerous kitchen paddles as well as cutting boards for myself and as gifts from this shop and have been very highly satisfied with all my purchases.
Fine Woodwork and Design
Our lives are based around wood.
We heat our home and shop with wood. We harvest maple sweetwater from our family sugarbush each Spring and boil it down into syrup over a wood fire. We hike and play with our children in the forests around our home. And, yes, we make our living designing and crafting beautiful wood products for your home.
I've always loved wood and wood work. Both of my grandfathers were woodworkers and, as a child, I skipped Saturday morning cartoons in favor of the woodworking shows on PBS (here's to you, Norm Abrams and Roy Underhill!).
Early in my adult life, I became a carpenter and specialized in finish carpentry and trim, and it was glorious! But, then I shifted gears. Through some strange and wonderful moments of luck, I became a photographer. A commercial pilot. A project manager and training specialist. A corporate executive. And a Change Management consultant.
I'll always be grateful for those opportunities and career paths. I learned a lot and met wonderful people, but, in the midst of my professional successes, I felt like a failure. I longed for an existence that was simpler. I ached to create something tangible and useful each day. I wanted to do something with a meaningful and direct impact for my customers and clients.
In 2010, we bought an old one-room schoolhouse and moved our young family back to Michigan's Upper Peninsula. In 2013, we built a woodshop on the back of our property and I left corporate America. Since then, we've been refining our products and processes, creating a business that we can be proud of, both as owners and parents.
We strive for exceptional design and craftsmanship. Our products are all carefully considered, intentionally crafted, and sustainably sourced and produced. We believe in designs that speak for themselves: the best sales pitch is to simply hand one of our products to a customer, no words required. The superbly smooth finish, the edge profile that's just-so, the radiance of the hand-selected wood . . . those elements say all that needs to be said.
We favor simplicity in design; complexity is often the result of shortcomings in function or aesthetics. Exceptional design marries simplicity, beauty, and functionality without the clutter of excess.
Our greatest hope is that our designs ground our clients, connecting them to their daily existence. Life is for living, even in the monotonous, repetitive moments. We want to bring joy and intentionality into the simple act of slicing a carrot on an exquisite Birdseye maple cutting board or stiring a soup with an exceptional kitchen paddle.
Thank you for stopping by and for, hopefully, bringing THIRD COAST WOODWORK into your home. We look forward to being a part of your story!
Chief Maker of Things and Creator of Sawdust
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Returns & exchanges
I gladly accept returns and exchanges
I don't accept cancellations
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
- Custom or personalized orders
I accept returns I do not accept returns
I accept exchanges I do not accept exchanges
I accept cancellations I do not accept cancellations
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
Frequently asked questions
Caring for your wood cutting board or kitchen utensil is very straight-forward and easy.
Visit our website for complete details and instructions at https://www.thirdcoastwoodwork.com/pages/normal-care-and-maintenance.