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"WILD & WONDERFUL" COLLECTION

In celebration of the great state of West Virginia, our "Wild & Wonderful" Collection features items that honor the most popular and picturesque places in the Mountain State.

Our environmentally friendly "Live Edge" products are made from hardwood trees commonly found in the Appalachian Region and include species such as Walnut, Cherry, Maple, Ash, Red Oak, and White Oak,
all of which fit perfectly into five basic interior design styles including Contemporary, Industrial, Farmhouse, Rustic, and Minimalist.

"Live edge" refers to a process of using wood where at least one side is left untouched or naturally shaped.

A crucial aspect of live edge tables is that the slab contains natural defects that are typically filled with epoxy that can be custom colored at the customer's request.

BLACKWATER FALLS

West Virginia designated the northern cardinal (Cardinalis cardinalis) as official state bird in 1949.

One of America's favorite backyard birds, cardinals are distinctive in appearance and song.

Male cardinals are a brilliant scarlet red, females a buffy-brown with reddish wings

and both have a jet-black mask, pronounced crest, and heavy bill.

 

This design definitely fits into the “Industrial” design

style with its metal wire legs, and is available

as a coffee table or sofa/hall table.

Length: 40", 48", 54", 60"

Width: 18” to 30”

Height: 26" to 30"

Options for sofa/hall tables is the addition

of electrical plugs built into either an end

or top of the table, depending on style,

plus the insertion of a cord grommet,

 

Both of these options are designed to

accommodate lamps and other

electrical devices.

Starting price: $1,000

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CARDINAL

West Virginia designated the northern cardinal (Cardinalis cardinalis) as official state bird in 1949.

One of America's favorite backyard birds, cardinals are distinctive in appearance and song.

Male cardinals are a brilliant scarlet red, females a buffy-brown with reddish wings

and both have a jet-black mask, pronounced crest, and heavy bill.

 

This design definitely fits into the “Industrial” design

style with its metal wire legs, and is available

as a coffee table or sofa/hall table.

Length: 40", 48", 54", 60"

Width: 18” to 30”

Height: 26" to 30"

Options for sofa/hall tables is the addition

of electrical plugs built into either an end

or top of the table, depending on style,

plus the insertion of a cord grommet,

 

Both of these options are designed to

accommodate lamps and other electrical devices.

Starting price: $1,000

CATHEDRAL

Cathedral State Park is the state’s largest old-growth forest and contains one of the largest stands of virgin hemlock in West Virginia. Designated a National Natural Landmark, this 133-acre park offers sanctuary for these ancient trees, as well as 170 species of trees, ferns and wildflowers.

 

During spring and summer, Cathedral State Park offers excellent hiking on its three miles of trails and unique photography opportunities.

This table is available as dining table or conference table

 
Length: Variable

Width: 36"

Height: 30"

Seating for 4 people – 48"   

Seating for 6 people – 70"
Seating for 8 people – 96"    

Seating for 10 people – 120"
Seating for 12 people – 144"

Wood types: Walnut, Red Oak, White Oak and Cherry
Build time: 6-8 weeks

Starting price: $1,000

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GAULEY

The Gauley River is a 105-mile-long river in West Virginia that merges with the

New River to form the Kanawha River, a tributary of the Ohio River.

 

The river features numerous recreational whitewater areas,

including those in Gauley River National Recreation Area.

This table is available as a coffee table or dining table

 
Coffee table lengths: 40", 48", 54", 60"
Dining table lengths: Variable

Width: 20” to 30”
Height: 18" to 30"


Build time: 6-8 weeks

Starting price: $1,000

HONEY BEE

The official West Virginia state insect designated as such in 2002, the honey bee pollinates many of West Virginia’s most important crops, including fruits, vegetables and grasses, and is morebeneficial to the state’s economy than any other insect. 

Inspired by the grandfather of live edge tables George Nakashimaa

 

Based on the cantilever principle;

this table will quickly be a focal point in your home.


This table is only available as a coffee table.
 

Length: 40", 48", 54", 60"

Width: 20” to 30” 
Height: 18”


Wood type: Walnut,
Build time: 6-8 weeks

Starting price: $1,000

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KANAWHA

The Kanawha River is named from a Shawnee word meaning “new water”.

The 97 mile long Kanawha River is a tributary of the Ohio River

and is the largest inland waterway in West Virginia and 

its valley has been a significant industrial region

of the state since early in the 19th century. 

 

This table, due its square shape, will

incorporate the “river” design,

based on the color and 

features you select.
 

Length: 36", 40", 48", 54"
Height: 18"
 

Build time: 6-8 weeks

 

Starting price: $1,000

MONARCH

The Monarch Butterfly, (Danaus plexippus,) the official state butterfly of West Virginia adopted in 1995, is one of the most beautiful butterflies in the region. Unfortunately this once plentiful and beautiful animal is disappearing from

our state and from across the country. In fact, the Monarch Butterfly population declined have become so

pronounced that Monarchs are now being considered for protection under the Endangered Species Act.  

 

To learn more about how you can help the Monarch please go to www.wvmonarch.org

 

Coffee table lengths: 40”, 48”, 54”, 60”

Width: 20” to 30”
Height: 18"


Build time: 6-8 weeks

Starting price: $1,000

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SENECA

Seneca Rocks is one of the best-known landmarks in the entire state of West Virginia.

Rising nearly 900 feet above the North Fork River,

Seneca Rocks are popular with rock climbers.

This live edge table is well suited as a

coffee table, or a sofa or hall table.

 

The optional shelf will hold books,

magazines, or any accent item.


Sofa or Hall Table

Width: 18” to 24”
Length: Variable

Height: 26" to 30"

Coffee Table
Width: 20” to 30"

Length: 40”, 48”, 54”, 60”

Height: 18"

Build time: 6-8 weeks

Starting price Seneca I (w/out shelf): $1,000
Starting price Seneca II (w/shelf): $1,000

SMOKE HOLE

Smoke Hole Canyon is a rugged 20-mile long gorge carved by the South Branch Potomac River in the Allegheny Mountains of eastern West Virginia. The area is rather isolated and remote with parts accessible only by boat or on foot.

 

Formerly, this area was home to a scattered community of family homesteads, storied for their isolation,

traditional lifestyles, and skilled production of the illicit liquor known as moonshine.

Today, Smoke Hole and the surrounding mountains is one of the most biologically

rich places in the East, especially concerning its rare plant communities.
 

Inspired by the rocks that form the river gorge,

the tables straight black legs form a gorge 

right under the tabletop.

 

Coffee Table
Lengths: 40", 48", 54", 60"
Width: 20”
Height: 18"

Dining Table
Lengths: Variable

Width: 30”
Height: 30"

Coffee Table

Seating for 4 people – 48 inches
Seating for 6 people – 70 inches
Seating for 8 people – 96 inches
Seating for 10 people – 120 inches
Seating for 12 people – 144 inches

Build time: 6-8 weeks

 

Starting price for coffee table: $1,000
Starting price for dining table: $1,000

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SPRUCE KNOB

Spruce Knob at 4,863 feet, is the highest point in the state of West Virginia

and the summit of Spruce Mountain is the highest peak in the Allegheny Mountains.

With an additional observation tower at the top,

you can’t get any higher in the Mountain State.

This end or side table has a drawer with a simple traditional base.  The sizes below are guidelines and your table should fit the functionality of the table - lamps, books, space for drinks and so forth.  Your table should also be proportional to the other furniture and room.

Depth: 22 to 24 inches                                    Height:  23.5 inches, or just below the arm of a couch

Width: Narrow tables are 14 to 18 inches; wide tables are 22 – 26 inches

 

Wood types:  Walnut, Cherry, Ash, White and Red Oak

Starting price: $1,000

WATOGA

Named in honor of the Watoga State Park, which is the largest of West Virginia’s state parks,
Watoga is a Cherokee word for “starry waters” and this park resulted from the hard efforts

of the Civil Conservation Corp (CCC) in the 1930’s.

This table is only available as a coffee table.

 

Length: 40”, 48”, 54”, 60”
Width: 20” to 30”
Height: 18”

Wood type: Walnut,
Build time: 6-8 weeks

Starting price: $1,000

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