Wondering where to go for quality handmade furniture? At Maryland Wood Countertops, we provide numerous wood furniture solutions. When you work with our designers and woodworkers, your dream piece of furniture will become a reality.
Why Choose Us For Your Handmade Furniture?
Commissioning custom handmade furniture can seem overwhelming. Working with our established professionals takes the worry out of the process. You don’t have to be concerned about unreliable contractors, or constantly wondering about the progress of your project. We always keep you in the loop.
We love to have clients visit us at our showroom and workshop in Arbutus, Maryland. You can see and touch samples of our hardwood inventory. You can also see our functioning woodshop and meet some of our craftspeople.
The Handmade Furniture Process
Suppose you’re looking for custom kitchen tables. Your table begins with a design consultation. They’ll take your ideas and make them workable. If you’re not sure what you want, they’ll present you with concepts based on your needs and decor.
You’ll have many options for your table. When you team up with us, you’ll have control over:
Our woodworkers are experienced in building traditional and contemporary tables.
Hardwoods for Your Handmade Furniture
Most of our native and exotic hardwoods are suitable for handmade furniture. If you love distressed furnishings and decor, reclaimed wood is perfect for your table. It’s distinctive markings add character to any room. For instance, our reclaimed woods are strong and perfect for a rustic or farm table.
New-growth hardwood is also a common choice for handmade furniture. Some popular species include:
Walnut can be dark, medium or golden brown. We can create a dramatic, contrasting surface using the heartwood (the tree’s innermost wood) and sapwood (the outer layers). We can also give you a lustrous, solid-colored surface.
Chestnut is usually a soft golden brown, but it can also be bright amber. Chestnut typically has an interesting grain with many knotholes. It will definitely add warmth to your kitchen.
White oak is a pleasing shade of light brown. It’s usually a cool brown. Reclaimed oak has a rugged look and is reddish brown.
No matter what species or type of handmade furniture you desire, collaborate with Maryland Wood Countertops to get the piece of your dreams. Call us today at 443-840-7373 to schedule a consultation.