In our travels, we have made associations with people who craft items that complement our furniture.
In our showrooms, we have a display of lamps, pottery and other art & crafts for you to purchase made by these craftspeople.
In addition there are organizations who also support and further the use of certified wood and sound environmental practices.
Last, are sites where you'll find other high quality items and a woodworkers source site where you'll find a variety of sites on working
with wood. We've provided links to web sites these companies and organizations host along with a bit of information about the site or group.
Specially formulated for the wood and with the safety of the product user in mind, our products are handcrafted in small batches from the highest quality waxes, oils and resins and are food safe.
Art In Glass
Located in historic downtown Frederick, Maryland, Art In Glass is a full service studio who designs and produces art glass including:
leaded, copper-foil methods and beveled techniques; sandblasting, both etched surfaces and deep-carved glass;
fused and slumped glass, as well as, painted and fired glass.
The Certified Forest Products Council (CFPC)
The Council is an independent, non-profit, voluntary business initiative committed to promoting responsible
forest products buying practices throughout North America by facilitating the increased purchase, use and sale of third-party,
independent certified forest products.
Ephraim Faience Pottery
Makers of the finest contemporary Arts & Crafts pottery. Each piece is a hand made limited addition collectible and signed by the artist.
For a view of the current offerings visit their web site.
Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)
The Forest Stewardship Council sets standards for well-managed forests worldwide. They are an independent, non-profit,
international organization, whose goal is to encourage better forest management that balances environmental, economic
and social interests.
Mica Lamp Company
Turn-of-the-century American lighting design and craftsmanship using the the same natural materials used by the Arts and
Crafts master lamp makers in the early 1900's. All parts are solid copper, finished with a rich natural patina
and shades have natural mica panels.
The 3/50 Project
Your purchases keep beloved local businesses around. For every $100 spent in locally owned independent stores, $68 returns to the local economy. When you purchase online, nothing does. Pick 3. Spend 50. Save your local economy. Support the 3/50 Project by signing up as a supporter.
D. Allison Lee Professional Organizers
Need help getting organized? Maybe you’d like to purchase some new furniture, but you’re not sure what to buy that will fit everything you have. Deb Lee is a Certified Professional Organizer ready to take a hands on approach to your organizing dilemmas.
W.A. Mitchell Chairs
W.A. Mitchell chairs are handcrafted with traditional old world joinery. Cherry wedging of legs and spindles, pegging of crests and seat backs,
display their continued emphasis on quality. Their comfortable and elegant sitting pieces are designed with unique adaptability to personal
tastes and lifestyles.
SIS Futon Covers
They proudly offer an extensive, exceptional line of fabric products. Our goal is to help you create a space that's beautiful,
functional, comfortable and personal. We keep you up-to-date with current color and design trends because your need
for individual style is most important.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
WWF is a private international conservation organization. Their main goals are to protect and save endangered species and to
address global threats.
Motawi Tile is made by the sibling duo of Karim and Nawal Motawi and their staff of talented artisans. Motawi Tile is made in their Ann Arbor studio using locally produced clay and glazes mixed on site to their own recipes. The Motawi Tileworks was founded in 1992 when Nawal set up a table at the Ann Arbor Farmers Market. Today the Motawi Tileworks employs around 20 people and occupies its own 12,600 square foot studio and showroom. Hardwood Artisans carries a broad range of Motawi tiles.
Our Futon Mattress supplier, White Lotus produces chemical-free natural and organic bedding.