Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 210-844-5634
We use only Ashe Juniper logs that are too large to be shredded and are usually burned resulting in the release of heat and smoke into the atmosphere.. These trees are very abundant in the Texas Hill Country and are considered a renewable resource.
Family Owned and Operated in the beautiful Texas Hill Country just outside of the town of New Braunfels, Texas
Gruene Market Days is one of the oldest all hand made craft shows in the State of Texas. This is the show where you can speak directly with the artisan in their booth. This show runs the third weekend February thru November and the first weekend in December. For more information please click on the link below:
The oil found within the ash juniper tree is a therapeutic, aromatic, mood stabilizing oil. It also naturally repels insects. We leave the undersides of our furniture as well as the interior of our cedar chests raw so you can benefit from the therapeutic effects of this oil.
We are Local Artisans who build quality, reasonably priced one-of-a-kind handmade furniture and furnishings using 100% virgin, native wood. We are a USDA certified Bio-Preferred (green) builder of furniture. We have saved thousands of trees from being burned, allowing these stately juniper trees to live on as quality additions to our customer's lives.
We build all of our products one at a time creating a one-of-a-kind heirloom quality natural work of art. This process takes time. We are normally on a 4 to 6 week construction interval once the piece is ordered and a deposit is received.
We can be found at our booth on Hunter Road at Gruene Market Days the third weekend each month. See Related Link below for details on this all handmade craft show. You can also call 210-844-5634 to schedule an appointment to visit our workshop or email us at: email@example.com.
Handmade furniture and furnishings built by 3rd and 4th Generation Texans using 100% Ashe Juniper (Mountain Cedar) native to the Texas Hill Country
Made with Heart in the Heart of the Texas Hill Country.