commercial PROCESS

Our work is currently on display in coffee shops, restaurants, craft breweries, outdoor transit centers, business boardrooms, lobbies, and more.

With the ability to handle all aspects of commercial projects from initial design and 3D rendering to final delivery and installation, our team delivers stunning pieces in coordination with your project timeline to ensure a smooth and efficient process with superior results. 

Because we house craftsmen in wood, steel, spray finishing, and epoxy/resin work under one roof, you are able to streamline and consolidate your project management load to one point person on our team from beginning to end.


Our process begins with a simple conversation. We want to hear about the project you envision to include:

  • Project scope

  • Live edge or dimensional preferences

  • Approximate sizes

  • Desired wood color(s)

  • Budget

  • Delivery timeline


From this conversation we can submit initial estimates for your review/consideration.


We work with you to confirm the details of your project including:

  • Live-edge wood slab selection

    • We extend an exclusive opportunity for our customers to take a behind the scenes tour of the slabs of wood in the raw ultimately putting 100% control of the selection process in your hands

  • Dimensional hardwood species selection

  • Applicable 3D renderings and blueprints

  • Proposal & Contract for work


Upon acceptance of the project proposal, we get to work!


Our craftsmen dedicate hours to your specific project, carefully handcrafting your chosen raw materials into works of art.

Our team will work closely with you during the entire fabrication process, and will ensure delivery & installation deadlines are met along the way. Our goal is that you have 100% satisfaction with not only your final product, but your experience along the way as well.

COMMERCIAL portfolio

Dayton, OH 2021

Honey colored live edge wood elements are paired with dark walnut bar tops to create the centerpieces at this coffee shop buildout. Smaller ash table tops round out the space, giving plenty of seating for smaller groups, while black steel bases provide contrast and structure throughout.


Springboro, OH 2020

Our longest single slab live edge bar top to date (at a massive 34' 7" total length) came to life in this project, accented by custom branded steel end caps. Ash table tops and black steel bases against concrete flooring provide functionality and warmth to this industrialized space.


Centerville, OH 2020

75 table tops and bench tops out of sturdy Ash dimensional hardwood boards provide ample seating for this space. 


Dayton, OH 2021

This project brought to life the beauty of a historic door from the University of Dayton's Chapel. Stripped, trimmed, and refinished, the door now sits reimagined as a conference room table on a custom steel base where it continues to serve as a platform for the Dayton community.


Dayton, OH 2020

A Tigerwood live edge table sits as the proud centerpiece in this conference room. Striking black sliding barn doors and a unique cross sectional coffee table lend beauty and texture to the overall design concept intended to create spaces that bring co-workers together in new ways.

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Centerville, OH 2020

This desk top for a pastor in Centerville is not just a workspace, but an allegorical conversation starter. A split live edge slab was rejoined with contrasting bow ties and an inlayed cross, providing a beautiful and functional platform that's truly one of a kind.

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Dayton, OH 2020

Restoring these beautiful Rosewood benches in partnership with the Victory Project of downtown Dayton allowed us to invest in our community both in process and end product.

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Delaware, OH 2020

Preserving a key piece of university history, this epoxy and steel project gave old doors and artwork new life. Cut, preserved, and now displayed as end tables, the rich history of the Butler A. Jones House of Black Culture is captured for generations to come.


Tipp City, OH 2021

This beautiful conference room table began as three pieces of walnut that were joined to create a live edge whole-slab look.