Barnwood Kitchen Table
Why would someone drive several hours or fly in from a neighboring state to visit Woodland Creek Furniture? The answer is simple – “Woodland Creek offers the largest selection of artisan crafted rustic, natural, cottage and cabin furniture in the country.” Woodland Creek is your one stop shopping resource. When you visit, you are welcome to walk through our showrooms, workshops and warehouse – a combined 70,000 square feet. You will see furniture, accessories and artwork from some of the finest artisans in the country. Woodland Creek makes many of its own furniture designs. You are dealing directly with the guys that make it – no middlemen. We have our own expert woodworkers, black smith, woodcarver and wood finishers on staff. Woodland Creek Furniture offers over 1,200 unique furniture designs, and all are available in custom sizes. When you visit, you will see artisans actually making the furniture. Image that – you can actually know the men and women that will handcraft your furniture. You will see many beautiful domestic woods as well as exotic woods from all over the world. If you would like to be part of the process, you are welcome to help pick the woods for your project. During your visit, you will also see one of a kind burl wood furniture, antique barn wood furniture, hand hammered copper furniture, hand painted cottage furniture, natural furniture, live edge furnishings, birch bark furniture, and log furniture. We have expanded our Traverse City store. It now has over 30,000 square feet of unique rustic & natural wood furniture. Woodland Creek’s stores are the only place you will see our signature rustic and natural wood furniture designs. Our barnwood furniture is handcrafted from 100 to 150 year old reclaimed barn wood. Barnwood furniture has an elegant rustic charm. All our barnwood furniture designs can be made in custom sizes to fit your home. The copper furniture is crafted from reclaimed copper. Each copper top has a beautiful molten Old World patina. Our birch bark furniture is made from harvested dead birch trees.