Where Wood Meets Steel brings your high-end custom furniture and fixture ideas and designs to life. Designs that are unique in concept and functional at the same time, Where Wood Meets Steel uses a collective portfolio of materials including “reclaimed and recycled wood and steel to unique slabs, LED lighting and specialty glass”. Join The Scout Guide Denver as we take a look at Where Wood Meets Steel’s master craftsmanship at its finest.//Above: Custom stairs built on-site using repurposed, bleached oak treads supported on a blackened steel central stringer backbone with a welded wire railing. Photography courtesy of Miller Photography
Using locally-sourced sustainable products wherever possible, Where Wood Meets Steel works closely with each and every client. From beginning to end, clients are part of the process-from selecting the materials to visiting the workshop and seeing their actual piece in production…something you cannot find in any store.
A large inventory of hardwood slabs, Where Wood Meets Steel provides “custom sawmilling and woodworking services and can kiln dry or finish wood slabs to your specification”. Their inventory of local, urban wood slabs and lumber, provides clients with a rare selection of hardwoods and is just one of the many reasons that set Where Wood Meets Steel apart.//Below: Siberian Elm and Maple
It is the combination of expertise and priceless relationships Where Wood Meets Steel has fostered with their tree sources, craftsmen and businesses in the neighborhood that “help make what they do possible”.
Mixture of wood at its finest: featured at local Highlands boutique, Reverie Living, these standout mirrors are created from Black Walnut, Reclaimed Doug Fir and old Denver Elm (left to right).
Bookshelves crafted from Ambrosia; Black Walnut and Blackened Steel Bench designed for the Design by Colorado exhibit at Denver International Airport. Photography courtesy of Miller Photography
An interesting “twist” on a Redwood Burl Slab Dining Table: the legs were designed and bent per client’s request to resemble vines. Photography courtesy of Miller Photography
A Carriage House Table with steel base casters and top made from spalted pecan, black walnut, honey locust, paduk, zebrawood and ambrosia maple. Photography courtesy of Miller Photography
Perfect for a winter ”stay-cation”, a Wenge veneer bedframe with hidden television set. Photography courtesy of Miller Photography
This Ambrosia Maple Slab Table custom-designed conference table with reclaimed maple slab floats underneath a glass top and steel base. Photography courtesy of Miller Photography
A design defining multi-purpose-a stainless steel dining table and work surface with rolled steel base. Photography courtesy of Miller Photography
A staunch supporter of the community and local arts, Where Would Meets Steel brings more to Denver than breathtaking furniture. For Denver Arts Week (November 7th-15th), they are collaborating with Anthony Garcia Sr. of BirdSeed to plan a mural tour of RiNo, River North Art District. As active members of the RiNo Arts District and the Globeville community, Where Wood Meets Steel is also participating in Chaircuterie (November 13th), a milestone event marking AIGA celebrating its 100th year. Help celebrate!
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