Tree to Table

Custom Black Walnut Live Edge Console Table adds a modern twist to a private residence in Beaver Creek Colorado.

Kitchen Island Wood Countertop in Steamboat

Live Edge Vail creates live edge wood countertops and tables. This is a beautiful custom live edge Maple Wood Countertop in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.

Massive White Oak Live Edge Slab Dining Table in Cordillera, Colorado

Huge White Oak live edge slab dining table build in Vail, Colorado.

It’s All in the Prep!

Custom kitchen dining table made from a massive Red Elm live edge slab in Vail, Colorado.

Handmade Dowels and Breadboard Ends

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

Why Wood Countertops for your Kitchen or Bath?

Wood Countertops and live edge counters in Vail and Beaver Creek Colorado will add value, warmth and style to your home remodel.

From the Mill to the Shop – Hardwood Slabs make their journey to Vail, Colorado

A new arrival of kiln-dried specialty hardwood slabs have recently made their way from our nation's capitol, Washington DC to Vail, Colorado.  Each unique and different piece offers a variety of options for your home or commercial space as a table, island or wood countertop for your kitchen.  Our beautiful, hierloom-grade live edge slabs also … Continue reading From the Mill to the Shop – Hardwood Slabs make their journey to Vail, Colorado

Gorgeous Black Walnut saved from the landfill. Milled and Drying. More to come…

Milled Hierloom grade Live Edge Black Walnut Slabs.

Spring Time Milling

The beginning stages of a kitchen, bath or bar countertop or live edge slab wood table starts at the mill.  Here are a few pics from the farm.

Red Elm and the history behind this particular log.

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.