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handmade in Kansas City


Tuesday - Friday: 9.00 - 5.00

Saturday: 9.00 - 1.00


9717 E 63rd Street

Raytown, MO 64133    

Tel. 816-213-1679

Common Questions

Where does your reclaimed lumber come from?

Our reclaimed lumber comes straight from the source: century old barns right here in the Midwest. We take great care disasembling these barns by hand, saving every piece of lumber that we can to use in our furniture. The lumber then comes to the shop, gets de-nailed, kiln dried, planed, sanded and finished by hand. 


How long does it take to get my furniture?

It typically takes 6-8 weeks to get your furniture after your order is placed. If you need it sooner than that, ask about our rush ordering for a small fee. 


How do I order my furniture?

Ordering furniture from us is easy. You can buy online, right here on our site. Just add one or several pieces to your cart and check out. We accept all major credit cards. You can also set an appointment with us and pay for your piece in person with cash, check or credit. We book most orders with a $200 deposit per piece, and the rest is due when you pick up your piece, or we deliver it. 


Can the furniture I see her be customized?

Absolutely. Everything we make is built from scratch right here in our shop. Use the contact form or give us a call to discuss the piece that will be perfect for you. 


Do you deliver your furniture?

Yes. We are happy to offer delivery in the Kansas City area for $100, for your entire order. We deliver to all of Missouri and Eastern Kansas for an additional fee. 


What type of lumber do you use?

Our stock of reclaimed lumber changes often. Typically we have Southern Pine and Red Oak reclaimed lumber in stock and most of our pieces are made of this. 


Can I come see your shop and showroom?

Please do. We love having visitors. Booking an appointment is easy, just click the Visit Us link and it will walk you through the steps. 








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