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  • Polishing up the live edge for a new coffee table project part II!
  • Polishing up the live edge for a new coffee table project part II!
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  • Well, our youngest employee had a big birthday yesterday. We officially have made his first mark on his growth ruler. I will forever cherish this r...
  • Well, our youngest employee had a big birthday yesterday. We officially have made his first mark on his growth ruler. I will forever cherish this ruler as my little man grows through the years. If you have any littles, this piece is just for you. If you have a loved one who will be having a baby, this is the most perfect gift to give. Send us a message on our Facebook and we can come up with a design together! 💙💙💙 Facebook.com/dkrusticflagsandsigns
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  • Happy ☀️ Day Friends! We’re open 10-4 today! •

Beautiful craftsmanship as always by @maxwerks1 •
  • Happy ☀️ Day Friends! We’re open 10-4 today! • Beautiful craftsmanship as always by @maxwerks1
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  • How adorable is this??!! Mason jars, fall leaves, white lights and a little lace! Designed perfectly for Fall! Coordinates with our other Barnwood ...
  • How adorable is this??!! Mason jars, fall leaves, white lights and a little lace! Designed perfectly for Fall! Coordinates with our other Barnwood designs - Barnwood Plain and Barnwood Falling Leaves!!
  • 7 1 25 minutes ago
  • Made these “Swan” salad tongs from last year’s fallen beech tree. A surprise for a special follower. If she “likes” them😀!
  • Made these “Swan” salad tongs from last year’s fallen beech tree. A surprise for a special follower. If she “likes” them😀!
  • 9 1 28 minutes ago
  • We made this bench with recycled redwood wine vats and white pine logs. To maintain the curve we used mortise and tenon joints along its length. It...
  • We made this bench with recycled redwood wine vats and white pine logs. To maintain the curve we used mortise and tenon joints along its length. It was a pleasure to design this bench for the reception hall at Beth Israel Center for Health and Healing in NYC, although getting it up the stairs was a challenge…
  • 4 1 44 minutes ago