The Colorado Springs Eden Oaks location has a wide range of materials for your woodworking needs. From reclaimed wood like salvaged barn wood planks, to domestic hardwood materials with tongue and groove designs, to exotic species like African Mahogany, our selection is vast and customizable. Whether you’re looking for live edge slabs or pre-stained products, we’ll either choose the materials from our custom woodworking shop or go the extra mile to find the wood materials that you’re looking for outside of our own facility.
Premium Materials that Last
Nothing can captivate the senses quite like the natural, raw beauty of wood. It is one of the purest materials that can be used to create gorgeous pieces of custom furniture for any home or business settings.
A piece of wood's color, luster, grain, and texture all contribute to its unique qualities, and only a deft hand can artistically combine these materials into a quality final product. With the right technique, your wood furniture or décor should come out sturdier and more beautiful than most wholesale products on the market. And, when you can customize your materials, you can vary your designs from what’s expected by using uniquely finished reclaimed wood or barn wood planks with historical value.
Beauty is not the only quality that sets wood apart from other materials. Its durability is another characteristic that makes it an excellent choice for making both residential and commercial wooden structures that improve function while highlighting the design. If tended to with the proper care, wood furniture can last for decades, allowing families and businesses to transcend time by turning a simple piece of furniture into an heirloom that can be used from generation to generation.
What Makes Wood Such a Beautiful Material?
A piece of wood's color, luster, grain, and texture all contribute to its unique qualities. No other material can evoke such warmth and coziness when it is used to create an item for the home. Picture yourself lounging on a comfortable chair made of finely polished hardwood. Or imagine sitting down to dinner at a table crafted from beautifully stained oak.
Natural Beauty that Lasts
But beauty is not the only quality that sets wood apart from other materials. Its durability is another characteristic that makes it an excellent choice for making doors, beds, tables, and more. If tended with the proper care, wood furniture can last for decades, allowing families to transcend time by sharing an heirloom that can be used by generation after generation.
Experience the Beauty of Wood for Yourself
We at Eden Oaks specialize in the creation of custom wood furniture made from Appalachian oak butcher block. This type of environmentally friendly reclaimed wood is the perfect material for Colorado Springs homeowners who wish to add a sense of nature's timelessness to their homes.
Eden Oaks exclusively uses and supplies solid red and white Appalachian oak butcher block. This raw wood has been salvaged from a Tennessee lumber yard and is environmentally responsible material. We have a nearly unlimited supply of reclaimed butcher block and barn wood planks, as we receive the fallout monthly, and we carry both distressed and non-distressed boards.
A style of assembled hardwood used to make heavy duty kitchen countertops, tables, and furniture.
Eden Oaks exclusively uses and supplies solid red and white Appalachian oak butcher block. This raw wood has been salvaged from a Tennessee lumber yard and is environmentally-responsible green material. We have a nearly unlimited supply of reclaimed butcher block, as we continue to receive the fallout on a monthly basis. We carry both distressed and non-distressed boards.
Raw butcher block planks range in size from 6' long to just over 20' long x 12" wide and up to 1.5" thick and are tongue + grooved for seamless joining.
FINISHES + STAINS
In addition to the finishes above, we can darken/lighten and even blend out stains to get the perfect shade for your project.
If desired, we can accomplish a thicker surface by joining the end or side grain, or even by stacking and bonding the boards. Thickness varies and is entirely up to you.