When we think about designing a space in our home, we often wonder what is the best material to use for the project. With any timeless interior design, we have to consider several design elements including color, line, shape, texture, and balance. The latter is crucial to consider because using a variety of unique materials … Continue reading Finding the Balance: Wood, Stone, Metal and More…
Our sawyers at Live Edge Vail were able to sustainably salvage an old and rare English Walnut tree in January 2020. As the weather warmed up, so did the pandemic. With several urgent logs to mill on our to do list, we decided to get the mill going and cut several logs that could potentially … Continue reading A Tree to Remember – During Pandemic Times
Wishing you and your family the happiest and healthy holiday season and new year. It’s a true joy to be able to salvage unique trees while working together to create the finest hardwood furniture possible for you and your home. We thank all of our past and present clients for creating a friendship and supporting … Continue reading Happy Holidays from Live Edge Vail
Live Edge Vail, a custom woodworking company, located in the Vail Valley of Colorado, sources the finest American lumber for their highly sought after commissioned projects. We just finished up a great milling season where we've added over 100 live edge slabs into our inventory. Some of the species of logs we recently custom milled … Continue reading Fall Milling at the Farm
Live Edge Vail creates live edge wood countertops and tables. This is a beautiful custom live edge Maple Wood Countertop in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
What is there not to like about the beauty of Black Walnut? Walnut wood countertops and hardwood tables built custom by Live Edge Vail are extremely stable and durable. Our custom wood tops are a stunning solution to any new kitchen or bathroom. Concerned about a wood top going into a bathroom or other area … Continue reading Walnut Wood Countertop in progress video
Pictured is a beautiful 200 year old Red Elm slab that was salvaged from a historic inn about 25 miles north of Baltimore. Our sawyers are deeply passionate about where our wood comes from and we appreciate historic stories like this that come along with such beauty: "Good Morning, Ward said you asked for information … Continue reading Red Elm and the history behind this particular log.