Our mission is to create unique, durable goods with excellent craftsmanship that will last a lifetime.

 
 Removing a dead, 100 yr old black walnut tree from an old idaho homestead.

Removing a dead, 100 yr old black walnut tree from an old idaho homestead.

Repurpose.

Most of what we do is inspired by the outdoors...our favorite place to be. Our licensed, in-house tree service removes hazardous and unwanted trees in the area. From there, every part of the tree is recycled into it's next life. We mill the trunks into slabs and can create tables up to 5 feet wide! Other parts and pieces are reclaimed into cutting boards, jewelry, shelves and whatever else we (or you) can dream up.


Keeping It Local.

We hire folks in our area, work with other local contractors and artists, donate firewood to charitable causes, and have even used local high school shop classes to get some hands on training. Our talents only go so far, so collaborating with other knowledgeable folks - like engineers, electricians and glass blowers - make a project more well-rounded and super exciting.

 Matt and mark clean up some rough edges on a steel "music tree" before it gets paint and patina.

Matt and mark clean up some rough edges on a steel "music tree" before it gets paint and patina.


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Made in IdahOregon.

It's an actual place, because that's where we live and work. Almost all of our suppliers, materials for jobs and contractors we hire come from this area. Being just a stone's throw from the Snake River that divides Idaho and Oregon, we are connected to both. We hike through their forests, swim and paddle their rivers and telemark ski their magical mountain terrain. Our older two kiddos found their 2nd home at a college near Portland. We may not all have been born and raised here, but we are fortunate to call this whole area "home".