At CS Woods, we work almost exclusively with a raw material from nature, crafting them to be both functional and beautiful. The tree is our passion and inspiration and our relationship with trees includes honoring their ecological past and investing in their preservation as an environmental cornerstone.
Did you know that Kent's parents once owned a restaurant and gallery in Aspen, Colorado called Toklat? This recipe, courtesy of his mom, Isabel Mace, has been our families go to summer BBQ staple for years, and we wanted to share it with you!
CS Woods currently carries slabs and dimensional lumber in five different types of walnuts, each with their own qualities and colors. Globally, walnut (scientific name: juglans) includes 21 species and can be found across continents from Europe to Japan...
CS Woods hand crafted the Platte River conference table from four consecutive cut black walnut slabs. The slabs were butterfly matched and inverted. The live edge creates the banks of a natural river feature running down the full 26’ length of the table.
For custom woodworks, the specific wood properties, texture, color, and form are of utmost importance. Most of these attributes are genetically determined by the tree species. However, significant variation occurs within each species as a result of the environmental and growth conditions.
Live edge joinery by Next Level Carpentry! Using CS Woods kiln dry elm slabs, Matt Jackson shares his master carpentry skills and creates these gorgeous cabinet doors.
We’re excited to announce that we’re now a dealer for Shaper Tools! Shaper makes Origin, the world’s first handheld CNC machine. Origin combines precision and repeatability with unprecedented flexibility. Designed with professional woodworkers in mind, Origin simplifies complex activities and workflows in woodshops and fabrication facilities across the country.
Ever wondered how we mount our custom powder coated steel legs to our beautiful wood tops? The secret is out: threaded insert nuts.
CS Woods locally sourced a lightning struck, dead standing, high altitude Engelmann Spruce, that became the foundation for this fifty two foot table. This log table was one of 18 tables we competed for the same space, including a twenty six foot inverted river table out of black walnut and fourteen live edge conference tables out of elm.
Collector’s Specialty Woods crafted a custom conference table for Knight Piésold from two end matched 26 foot claro walnut slabs with lit handmade art glass center branding piece and custom built smart bases with technology integration. The natural void at the center of the table, that was created by the branching of the tree, became an inspiration and branding icon.