DRYADSTUDIOS

Arts and Crafts Furniture, Handmade Since 1985

Green Forest, Arkansas · 7 Sales

DRYADSTUDIOS

Arts and Crafts Furniture, Handmade Since 1985

Green Forest, Arkansas 7 Sales On Etsy since 2007

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Announcement   At Dryad Studios, we handcraft the finest Arts & Crafts, Mission, and Mackintosh style furniture available today.

Our shop embodies the spirit of the Arts and Crafts Movement.
WE HOPE THAT YOU WOULD TAKE A FEW MOMENTS AND READ THIS INTRODUCTION TO OUR SHOP. WE WOULD LIKE ALL PROSPECTIVE CUSTOMERS TO UNDERSTAND THAT PURCHASING FURNITURE FROM US IS PARTICIPATION IN AN ENDEAVOR THAT IS FAR LARGER THAN ANY OF THE INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED.
OUR WORK IS OUR LIFE, AND OUR LIFE IS AN AFFIRMATION OF THE POSITIVE EFFECTS THAT WE CAN HAVE ON OUR ENVIRONMENT, AND THE PEOPLE THAT WE INTERACT WITH.

We are a family run shop. The five of us work in our 8000 sq. ft. shop, located on our 160 acre "Tree Farm" near Osage, Arkansas. Our timber has been in the American Tree Farm System since 1978. We have a small sawmill and state of the art Dehumidification Kiln to control quality. We manage and raise our timber, do our own logging , saw, kiln dry and produce the parts for the finest Arts and Crafts furniture available.

The precise and carefully considered lumber production itself guarantees a stable reliable performance in the most complex of pieces...but...WE are in control of the quality of the final result, and we guarantee that the quality of our work will exceed your expectations. We have been making reproductions for galleries, antique dealers, and collectors since 1985. Since 1992, we have been selling the finest Reproductions and Original Design furniture directly to the public. The advent of the Internet and Web has completed the transition.

We are located in the Ozark Mountains, on a 160 acre Tree Farm near the heavily forested Headwaters of the Buffalo National River, and the vast timber resources of the Ozark National Forest Our timber has been under our continuous management for 30 years, in the American Tree Farm System.
Our commitment to the environment, to sustainable lumber production, to multi-use forest management and the restoration of suitable wildlife habitat is ONGOING,PERVASIVE,ABSOLUTE, AND THOROUGH.
We maintain a Facebook page that has many pictures and videos of the deer,bear,mountain lion,coyotes and dozens of other forest inhabitants that our management practices have encouraged and enabled to return. It also thoroughly details our commitment to sustainability with an ongoing video diary of our gardening, timber harvesting, and management practices. Facebook is the easiest way to announce a sale or new product. If you “friend” us on Facebook, you will be the first to know of sales or changes in available shop time.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dryad-Studios/61692056124?ref=ts

We have been raising, logging, sawing, and kiln drying our own Quartersawn Lumber since 1978. We have been hand crafting the finest Arts & Crafts reproduction and original design furniture since 1985.

Our furniture is handmade from the tree up. Components are carefully selected from our large stock of lumber, and produced using a reasonable balance between power machinery and hand tools. Meticulous care during construction, and careful attention to durability and appearance assure many generations of use.
We have reproduced hundreds of pieces for collectors, antique dealers, and designers. Our finish is guaranteed to be the finest available. We have developed a finishing process that combines visual compatibility with existing antique pieces, and the finest, most durable, modern finishing materials.

For a complete shop tour, and an explanation of all of our construction and finishing methods, visit our Web Site at www.dryadstudios.com , follow the links to SHOP TOUR. Other links on the site will reveal the full range of our capabilities, past accomplishments, and current offerings.

www.dryadstudios.com

Our work has been featured in numerous National and regional publications, from WOOD Magazine, to Architectural Digest. Links to these articles are on the website.
Our furniture was used to re-acquire the Roycroft Orb & Cross Trademark.
We were chosen to design furniture for the Restoration of the Arkansas Capitol in Little Rock. Our work in the Governor's Reception Room, Old Supreme Court Chambers,and Senate Chambers, faithfully recreates the atmosphere of the Capitol construction during the peak of the Arts & Crafts era, 1895-1910.
Another of our podiums was selected for the Award Winning Geddes Hall at Notre Dame. The building won awards for "Green" construction, sustainability and resource management. We fit right in.

WE REALIZE THAT DEALING WITH AN UNKNOWN, DISTANT OR NEW SELLER, ESPECIALLY ON AN ITEM COSTING SEVERAL HUNDRED TO SEVERAL THOUSAND DOLLARS, OFTEN REQUIRES A GREAT LEAP OF FAITH.

NOT TO WORRY....EVER....WITH US.
COPY AND PASTE THE LINK BELOW TO SEE OUR RECENT FEEDBACK FROM CUSTOMERS.

http://www.dryadstudios.com/html/feedback
___customers__comments.htm


YOUR INTEREST AND CONCERNS ARE OURS.
WE PRIDE OURSELVES IN CUSTOMER CARE THAT CANNOT BE MATCHED.
WE GUARANTEE THAT OUR WORK WILL EXCEED YOUR EXPECTATIONS
WE GUARANTEE THAT OUR FINISH WILL SPOIL YOU FOREVER
WE GUARANTEE THE FINEST FIT, FINISH, AND ATTENTION TO DETAIL

Failing that, we would fully refund the purchase price
and shipping one way, on prompt, safe return of the
furniture. NO QUESTIONS ASKED.

Thanks for your interest in our work.

Dryad Studios.....
Michael, Judy, Alana, Jennifer, and Christopher Schmitt.

Announcement

At Dryad Studios, we handcraft the finest Arts & Crafts, Mission, and Mackintosh style furniture available today.

Our shop embodies the spirit of the Arts and Crafts Movement.
WE HOPE THAT YOU WOULD TAKE A FEW MOMENTS AND READ THIS INTRODUCTION TO OUR SHOP. WE WOULD LIKE ALL PROSPECTIVE CUSTOMERS TO UNDERSTAND THAT PURCHASING FURNITURE FROM US IS PARTICIPATION IN AN ENDEAVOR THAT IS FAR LARGER THAN ANY OF THE INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED.
OUR WORK IS OUR LIFE, AND OUR LIFE IS AN AFFIRMATION OF THE POSITIVE EFFECTS THAT WE CAN HAVE ON OUR ENVIRONMENT, AND THE PEOPLE THAT WE INTERACT WITH.

We are a family run shop. The five of us work in our 8000 sq. ft. shop, located on our 160 acre "Tree Farm" near Osage, Arkansas. Our timber has been in the American Tree Farm System since 1978. We have a small sawmill and state of the art Dehumidification Kiln to control quality. We manage and raise our timber, do our own logging , saw, kiln dry and produce the parts for the finest Arts and Crafts furniture available.

The precise and carefully considered lumber production itself guarantees a stable reliable performance in the most complex of pieces...but...WE are in control of the quality of the final result, and we guarantee that the quality of our work will exceed your expectations. We have been making reproductions for galleries, antique dealers, and collectors since 1985. Since 1992, we have been selling the finest Reproductions and Original Design furniture directly to the public. The advent of the Internet and Web has completed the transition.

We are located in the Ozark Mountains, on a 160 acre Tree Farm near the heavily forested Headwaters of the Buffalo National River, and the vast timber resources of the Ozark National Forest Our timber has been under our continuous management for 30 years, in the American Tree Farm System.
Our commitment to the environment, to sustainable lumber production, to multi-use forest management and the restoration of suitable wildlife habitat is ONGOING,PERVASIVE,ABSOLUTE, AND THOROUGH.
We maintain a Facebook page that has many pictures and videos of the deer,bear,mountain lion,coyotes and dozens of other forest inhabitants that our management practices have encouraged and enabled to return. It also thoroughly details our commitment to sustainability with an ongoing video diary of our gardening, timber harvesting, and management practices. Facebook is the easiest way to announce a sale or new product. If you “friend” us on Facebook, you will be the first to know of sales or changes in available shop time.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dryad-Studios/61692056124?ref=ts

We have been raising, logging, sawing, and kiln drying our own Quartersawn Lumber since 1978. We have been hand crafting the finest Arts & Crafts reproduction and original design furniture since 1985.

Our furniture is handmade from the tree up. Components are carefully selected from our large stock of lumber, and produced using a reasonable balance between power machinery and hand tools. Meticulous care during construction, and careful attention to durability and appearance assure many generations of use.
We have reproduced hundreds of pieces for collectors, antique dealers, and designers. Our finish is guaranteed to be the finest available. We have developed a finishing process that combines visual compatibility with existing antique pieces, and the finest, most durable, modern finishing materials.

For a complete shop tour, and an explanation of all of our construction and finishing methods, visit our Web Site at www.dryadstudios.com , follow the links to SHOP TOUR. Other links on the site will reveal the full range of our capabilities, past accomplishments, and current offerings.

www.dryadstudios.com

Our work has been featured in numerous National and regional publications, from WOOD Magazine, to Architectural Digest. Links to these articles are on the website.
Our furniture was used to re-acquire the Roycroft Orb & Cross Trademark.
We were chosen to design furniture for the Restoration of the Arkansas Capitol in Little Rock. Our work in the Governor's Reception Room, Old Supreme Court Chambers,and Senate Chambers, faithfully recreates the atmosphere of the Capitol construction during the peak of the Arts & Crafts era, 1895-1910.
Another of our podiums was selected for the Award Winning Geddes Hall at Notre Dame. The building won awards for "Green" construction, sustainability and resource management. We fit right in.

WE REALIZE THAT DEALING WITH AN UNKNOWN, DISTANT OR NEW SELLER, ESPECIALLY ON AN ITEM COSTING SEVERAL HUNDRED TO SEVERAL THOUSAND DOLLARS, OFTEN REQUIRES A GREAT LEAP OF FAITH.

NOT TO WORRY....EVER....WITH US.
COPY AND PASTE THE LINK BELOW TO SEE OUR RECENT FEEDBACK FROM CUSTOMERS.

http://www.dryadstudios.com/html/feedback
___customers__comments.htm


YOUR INTEREST AND CONCERNS ARE OURS.
WE PRIDE OURSELVES IN CUSTOMER CARE THAT CANNOT BE MATCHED.
WE GUARANTEE THAT OUR WORK WILL EXCEED YOUR EXPECTATIONS
WE GUARANTEE THAT OUR FINISH WILL SPOIL YOU FOREVER
WE GUARANTEE THE FINEST FIT, FINISH, AND ATTENTION TO DETAIL

Failing that, we would fully refund the purchase price
and shipping one way, on prompt, safe return of the
furniture. NO QUESTIONS ASKED.

Thanks for your interest in our work.

Dryad Studios.....
Michael, Judy, Alana, Jennifer, and Christopher Schmitt.

Dryad Studios

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Mission, Arts and Crafts, COFFEE TABLE,  ASH
Mission, Arts and Crafts, COFFEE TABLE, ASH
$1,625.00
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meldefer

meldefer on May 23, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Beautiful table, very well constructed, transaction process was easy and thorough. Table was shipped in a custom box, very well protected. We love our new table! :)

anncummings5

anncummings5 on Sep 30, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

Great purchase! Very nice to work with. Am going to follow this seller!

Anonymous on Apr 2, 2008

5 out of 5 stars

This bed is a work of fine art. Beautiful and inspiring corbels and cutouts. Ironclad, even obsessive-compulsive, packaging. I wish all my dealings were as successful and personal and kind. I count myself lucky to have made the acquaintance of the Schmitt family and their gentle, mountaintop life. Expect me to be back in touch.

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Shop policies

Last updated on October 30, 2013
Hello,

Well, talk about being stuck between a rock and a hard place. Difficult economics make every purchase a perilous adventure. And, the quality available to most people is declining, while the veneer of apparent quality becomes indistinguishable from "real" quality..

If you bought a "K-Car" in the 80's, you know exactly what I am talking about. If you have bought an upscale "boutique brand" small appliance, only to have it crap out a week after the warranty expires......Welcome to the new reality.

We will offer a refuge from that insanity. We will work diligently to avoid offending your sensibilities.

All problems are "our" problems in any dealings we are involved in. "Not my fault" is not in our vocabulary. Certainly, we ask for consideration and sincerity also, but we are here to back up what we make, and throughout the shipping process, to assist with ANY unforeseen events.

Our work will ALWAYS exceed your expectations. Our service and consideration will help restore the trust that has been a part of our culture, and is so sorely lacking today. Our work will prove durable and functional for multiple generations. Surrounded by our furniture, a family can look back on all the best and worst that has happened.....AND, all can get a glimpse of the promise the future holds. Our sideboards will hold the Holiday Bounty, and the memories of Holidays past, and many to come.

We have been raising, harvesting, sawing, drying and building furniture with wood from our "Tree Farm" for almost 40 years now. I started, and the children are continuing the legacy. We promise you the best effort we are capable of, and an atmosphere of concern and respect in any transaction.

We will not treat you like family....we will treat you better than family. It is your patronage that allows us to continue. believe me, we appreciate it.

Dryad Studios......Mike, Judy, Alana, Jenny, and Chris Schmitt

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