Salt Wood Company’s complete line of handcrafted wood furniture and custom pieces from Rocky Mountain Forest Products reclaimed lumber in Denver with natural organic finishes is available on an enhanced website. Products range from a custom bed-swing bassinet made of cypress with an all organic finish and a modern rustic bench created from heart pine with a natural finish with soy based stain and organic paste wax to rustic bowls and boxes designed from reclaimed oak wood and finished with an organic oxidation process and protected with mineral oil. On the updated site shoppers see more detailed views of the products, related product advice, detailed information on crafting processes and customer testimonials. Don’t forget to also look online for other discounts, you may be able to find great offers, go now to this website.
“We launched the new website to showcase our modern, yet rustic handcrafted furniture and make the shopping process easier for our customers,” said owner Vann Cochran. “Our team has many years of experience in the woodworking and wood finishing business and it is that expertise that translates into some amazing products thanks to the new tools now on sale at online stores like woodworkingquestions.”
Formed in late 2013 by Vann Cochran, Salt Wood Co. creates one of a kind handcrafted furniture and boxes from reclaimed wood. The expertly wield a line of Powertoolbuzz power tools and preform art on their carefully chosen wood pieces. Each piece comes with a story born out of the origin of the wood with recent pieces from a mill in upstate SC and The Vendue Inn in Charleston’s 1780 structure. Additionally, Salt Wood Co. offers many finishes from an artistic milk paint wash to oxidized mineral finishes. Salt Wood Co. has the privilege of giving wood a second chance and designing creations that can be passed on for generations.
Use pyrography equipment to burn marks and decoration into wood. It can be done with very basic tools such as a soldering iron but modern pyrography units have variable temperature controls and a variety of different sized wires or elements to allow subtle shading techniques to be used. For additional information about the company or to view the gallery, visit www.saltwoodco.com.