Custom Mesquite Wood Table with Turquoise Inlay and Carved Verbiage with Hairpin Steel Legs
This is a custom-made coffee table made from a slab of Mesquite wood from a tree felled in Phoenix Arizona. It was milled by Wineglassbar Sawmill in Phoenix. Sustainable lumber saved from the landfill. The cracks, voids and verbiage Live, Love Laugh were filled with black epoxy and crushed turquoise stone. The font used was inspiration from the Lord of the Rings and is called ring bearer
House, Cabin, Ranch, Cottage Beach House Custom Carved Wood Signs.
This video is a collection of handmade custom carved wood signs made over the years. These custom carved wood signs are great housewarming gifts, perfect for that cabin in the woods, adds just the right touch to a cottage Beach House, distinguishes a ranch property, as well as, down on the farm. Some folks get carved wood signs as wedding gifts or as anniversary presents. We have made a lot of signs for restaurants and bars as well.
No two signs are ever the same. All of our wood signs are custom designed and carved specifically to the graphics and verbiage of your choosing. At wood signs by design we prefer to use wood lumber that is harvested from felled trees in urban Phoenix Arizona. I have extensive graphic design ability so whatever you can dream up most likely I can carve it into wood. I have a vast amount of their unique fonts I use for my carved wood signs that further give it that exclusive look.
This was a rustic piece of dried mesquite wood that was planed down smooth from a rough chainsaw cut. The cracks and voids were filled with black epoxy. A personalized last name was carved into the wood and then filled with crushed turquoise. It can be used as a chef cutting board or as a serving tray fro fruit and cheeses. Mesquite wood is very hard and tough so it will resist blade cuts. This piece was treated with a Tung Oil finish.
These wood coasters were made from dried Arizona Mesquite wood logs. My wife Jackie asked me to find some new coasters a few months ago as the cheap cork ones we had were falling apart. I looked on Amazon and eBay and really didn’t see anything I liked. One night we were watching a movie fireside and Jackie asked me to throw another log onto the fire. I picked up a log and almost threw it in the fire and then just stared at it a moment and said, “You know what? Here’s your new coasters honey.” She looked at me as if I was crazy. I think they turned out very well once they were soaked in tung oil. The hardwood of the mesquite makes them very resilient to liquids. Worked out great. I’ll have sets of these for sale on PHX Craigslist soon. Do a search for “Mesquite Wood Coaster.”
This is one of my latest carved wood signs for woodsignsbydesign.com . It is a completed Wood Carved Horse Stall Sign for a horse named Starfall “Sophie.” I like the quirky name font in juxtaposition to the scripty font of the horse owners names – it reads well, but separately. The bottom right corner is the brand of the horse.
I thought this carved wood farm ranch sign came out rather nicely. It was milled at the WineGlassB Saw Mill in Phoenix out of a local Aleppo Pine Tree. I used an antique oak stain on the wood. This sign measures 4 feet x 2 feet x 4 inches and weighs just short of 100lbs. Off it ships to Aztec New Mexico next week.
This was a piece of wood I got from the Redwood Forest while driving through California a few years ago. I found it the other day and decided to make a quirky trivet to put on our dining room table for hot pots and warm food dishes.