Here you will find the various options for building a custom order. Use this as a guide or just describe your vision in the form below!
What type of furniture are you looking for?
coffee table - end table - occasional table - nightstand - desk - dining table - entryway accent - hallway console
Choose from a number of different American wood species.
Maple burl - complex figured grain with a variety of warm colors. (e.g. - prism coffee table)
walnut - Rich dark chocolate tones contrasted with tan sapwood. (e.g. - boulder creek console)
red oak - classic bright golden with light speckling patterns. (e.g. - island console)
cherry - Deep rich red hues with subtle shades of orange. (e.g. - platte river coffee table)
What kind of unique details suit your style?
do you prefer borders around the table top? (e.g. - Granite creek nightstand)
do you prefer no borders? (e.g. - glenwood canyon desk)
aluminum metal base/legs - clear coated, brushed, bead blasted, powder coated? (powder coating is a high performance paint that can be done in a wide variety of colors and textures).
Wood base/legs - matching or contrasting the top to your preference.
combine glass and wood to create a striking visual statement.
River - a single meandering river that flows across the table, following the natural contours of the live edge. (e.g. - Elk river desk)
island - a river that also includes wood islands emerging from the river. (e.g. - river rock console)
pangea - a design consisting of four wood corners with the glass set in the middle. (e.g. - pangea coffee table)
How does it flow?
SUBTLY - SUBTLE CURVES THAT MEANDER SOFT AND SLOW. (E.G. - COLORADO RIVER COFFEE TABLE).
AGGRESSIVELY - AGRESSIVE CURVES THAT ARE DYNAMIC AND EXCITING. (E.G. - PRISM MAPLE COFFEE TABLE)