AbadillaWoodworks

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Note from shop owner Thank you for visiting! Abadilla Woodworks LLC is closed for the summer. We’ll be back online sometime around Labor Day. In the meantime, free to send an email to amy [!at] abadillawoodworks.com. Have a great summer!

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Last updated on Jun 17, 2019

Thank you for visiting! Abadilla Woodworks LLC is closed for the summer. We’ll be back online sometime around Labor Day. In the meantime, free to send an email to amy [!at] abadillawoodworks.com. Have a great summer!

Amy Abadilla

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About AbadillaWoodworks

Sales 28
On Etsy since 2016

My story is being built presently, but "Beauty Is In the Grain"

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  • Amy Abadilla

    Owner

    I have been working with wood on & off for over 20 years, and finally took the leap to share my creations with you. I use repurposed pallets, found wood, and virgin lumber to create small storage options and custom furniture.

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Last updated on Jan 28, 2017
Frequently asked questions
Can you deliver items locally?

If you live or work in Seattle, WA, we can certainly coordinate a local pickup. Please contact me directly before submitting a purchase to finalize a pickup location and time. Shipping charges will not apply to local deliveries.

Why do your items look like they have small holes or voids?

Unless otherwise specified, each Abadilla Woodworks item is made from repurposed pallets that have been disassembled and milled. Traces of the wood's former life include nail/staple holes, cracks (that have been reinforced with glue or epoxy), and even a missing chunk or two. These do not diminish the construction or usability of the final product.

I like your style and would love for you to create a custom item not in your store. How can we make this happen?

Music to my ears! Please feel free to contact me directly to start designing.

I'd like to see what else you've built. Do you have a portfolio?

I do! Please visit http://abadiphoto.net/section/444317-Abadilla-Woodworks-Portfolio.html (you'll need to copy the link & paste in a new tab/window) This link is listed in my About page, as well.

What kind of wood do you use for your items?

My product line uses a combination of reclaimed pallets and virgin lumber. Since becoming a "pallet hunter," I learned that pallets are generally made with fir or pine. A fair percentage of what I've found have red oak, cedar, and rainbow poplar - which makes for some really fun results!