Custom Oak Island Leg

AF Woodcraft recently teamed up with us to design and build some custom legs for a kitchen island. Combining both style and functionality, we were able to help them meet their customers vision for their unique kitchen center piece The red… Continue Reading…

375 Year Old Oak Slab Table!

There is just something remarkable about the history of an old oak tree. Remember when you were a kid, and there was that strong, tall oak standing majestically in the back yard. It seemed like it had lived forever, through bitter… Continue Reading…

There is just something remarkable about the history of an old oak tree. Remember when you were a kid, and there was that strong, tall oak standing majestically in the back yard. It seemed like it had lived forever, through bitter winters and scorching summers.Repurposed Oak Wood Table But there was something beautiful about it. Our project feature today is an Oak that has stood the test of time. Artisans of the Valley created this coffee table is made from a 375 year old oak slab, all coming from the same oak tree. Supported by four of Osborne’s Colonial Coffee Table Legs (Part #1301), this majestic oak still has a beautiful purpose. Read more about the story of this old oak from Artisans of the Valley. Check out the most recent issue of their Quarterly Review here.

Red Oak Pulpit Accented by Fluted Island Legs

Customer Daniel J. of Ada, Oklahoma, is a pastor who enjoys woodworking in his spare time. Recently, Daniel ordered two red oak Fluted Islander Island Legs(1464) from Osborne Wood Products, Inc. for a  pulpit he built for a new local church. The oak legs look beautiful in… Continue Reading…

Red Oak Farm Dining Table

Customers George & Suzette L. of Benson, Arizona, recently purchased four Farm Dining Table Legs (1020) in red oak to complete a 30 x 48 dining room table project. The beautiful results can be seen here. Great job, George and Suzette!

Beautiful Red Oak Island featuring Narrow Concord Legs

Recently, our customer James S. reached out to us to show off his work! He built this beautiful island using part 1470, the Narrow Concord Island Post, in red oak. This island looks absolutely beautiful with the custom top and skirting,… Continue Reading…

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