Tuesday, July 21, 2009

The Reclamation Collection

Made from reclaimed wood, these pieces have had life, and are coming anew. Though each piece may be a little different, the streamline modern touch is at home in any decor. This collection will add beauty and conversation to your home, while not impacting the environment.
Coffee Table 22x44x13
End Table 16x18x19.5

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Barnwood Mirror

Barnwood Frames

This cool frame fits anyone's house and is an affordable accent! Prices range from $15-$50 depending on size and matting needs.

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Sunroom Table

Bob now has furniture at a store in Leadville, CO called Alpine Furnitre Company (www.alpinefurnitureco.com). His barnwood table is on display there and from that, he got this order for similar table to go in a sunroom. This table is crafted from reclaimed barnwood and is truely a piece of art!

Bob's furniture is now in Leadville at a store called

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Butcher Block Table

502 pieces of maple, walnut, alder, and birch, handcrafted, home made!

This table can be seen in person at Foreign Accents Home Furnishings (www.cathershome.com) in Basalt, CO.

Basalt Coffee Table

Train Table

Wood Plank End Table

Made from reclaimed barnwood.

Slate Inlay Table for Stoney Creek

Lilac Desk

Bishop Ball Bedroom Set

Dresser Nightstand

Full size headboard

Monday, March 30, 2009

Barnwood Kitchen Table

Stoney Creek Woodworks

At the beginning of our venture out to Colorado, I forged a relationship with Steve Burlison and began building orders for his company, Stoney Creek Woodworks:


Bob Hansel's Woodworking originated in Louisville, Colorado, not long ago. But long ago, Bob began woodworking. After simple pieces of scrap wood from the lumber yard, brought home by his mom to keep him busy, became pieces of art: bird houses, decks, and beds. Taking a woodworking class at his high school in Bethany, Missouri only helped further his skills. Immediately out of high school he worked for a small willow tree furniture company, which he did for 13 years. After meeting and marrying his wife, Erin, he decided to follow his dream of owning his own custom furniture business and moving to Colorado, where Bob Hansel Woodworking came out of the woodwork. Though his shop is humble, his heart is full, watching pieces of wood become beautiful bookcases, beds, armoires, and designer kitchens. His pieces are custom and artful and are at home in log cabins, modern lofts, and children's bedrooms. Occassionally helping him in the shop are his why's: Jett (2 1/2 years old) and Maggie (11 months old), though your furniture will not have their artistic touches!