New Stuff!

New for 2017 - Barn Doors and Wedding Arbors!

Sliding doors are not only practical for smaller spaces - they're chic and in style. Update your home's interior with a barn door from woodZwayz

Made with rough-sawn pine milled with an old-fashioned circle saw, the circle saw marks mimic those on reclaimed barn wood. Strong and stury, the door's frame is a full 2" thick (the interior panel is 1" to make room for the decorative cross bars). Finished with a water-based sealer, the light color of the pine and the unique blue stain will be preserved for years to come. 

Purchase just the door, or include the hardware and we'll send you everything you need to hang it.

 

 

With the holiday (aka engagement) season at a close, if you're a florist, planner, or bride, you'll want to check out our new arbor design.

Also crafted from rough-sawn lumber, the rustic arbor is one of the sturdiest you'll find on the market. Dimensions are 7' tall, 32' deep, and 5' post to post. The arbor ships in pieces, but is easy to assemble with dowels and bolts (no cordless drill required!). 

While you're there, take a peek at our entire wedding collection.

Long Farmhouse Table - rustic wedding table, picnic table, outdoor table, banquet

Long Farmhouse Table - rustic wedding table, picnic table, outdoor table, banquet

Long farmhouse style table for the rustic wedding, wedding venue, banquet facility, barn wedding, country wedding, patio table

Bear Lamp - chainsaw carved bear with lamp, cabin decor, chainsaw carving

Bear Lamp - chainsaw carved bear with lamp, cabin decor, chainsaw carving

Bear lamp - chainsaw carved lamp with cute bear carving

Tree Stump Table - stump stool, log end table, lodgepole pine log table

Tree Stump Table - stump stool, log end table, lodgepole pine log table

Tree stump / log end tables harvested in the Colorado Rockies from standing dead, dry, lodgepole pine.

Aspen Log Tables

Aspen Log Tables

Earlier this year we crafted six aspen tables for a very fine gentleman and his wife who live here in the North Central Rockies. We decided on aspen not wanting to be too "matchy matchy" with their mountain home that featured lots of pine.