Our slabs start with a rough sawn slab. We then flatten both faces and sand each side to 80 grit. Capable of processing live edge slabs up to 6FT wide and 14 FT long, this service provides the perfect foundation to start your project. Here is an example of a raw Black Walnut live edge … Continue reading Rough Sawn to Flat & Sanded
These Custom White Oak Shelves were built for a local client in the neighborhood of Singletree in Edwards, Colorado. They were distressed and stained to give them a refined barnwood look. Design by Susan Nowakowski for Zehren and Associates. "The Singletree Community is located in Edwards, Colorado, just minutes from the world class ski areas … Continue reading Custom White Oak Barnwood Floating Shelves
Custom Black Walnut Live Edge Console Table adds a modern twist to a private residence in Beaver Creek Colorado.
Live Edge Vail creates live edge wood countertops and tables. This is a beautiful custom live edge Maple Wood Countertop in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
Huge White Oak live edge slab dining table build in Vail, Colorado.
Massive and beautiful Red Elm Live Edge Dining Table in Vail, Colorado.
Custom kitchen dining table made from a massive Red Elm live edge slab in Vail, Colorado.
There's no question that breadboard ends on a dining table add a nice finished and framed in look to the completed table. First, what is a breadboard end? It's a narrow piece of wood that is mechanically joined to the end of a larger panel. In this case the table top. It also adds a … Continue reading Handmade Dowels and Breadboard Ends
Live Edge Vail custom woodworking uses spalted maple for dining and coffee tables and wood countertops in the Vail Valley of Colorado. Wood countertops add warmth, value and character to any residential or commercial room. Upgrade your modern contemporary Colorado mountain home today.
Live Edge Vail turns Spalted Hardwood into custom, heirloom grade live edge countertops and tables. Experience one of the most unique, interesting and functional species custom hand-crafted spalted hardwood into fine art pieces of furniture.