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It was a pleasure working with Accent Custom Millwork!
Check out this one of a kind epoxy dining table they built with our spalted maple slabs.
“I worked with Pat for a great 42” x 72” Cherry Slab and opted for a Finished Edge vs a Live Edge and came out fabulous. Extremely impressive centerpiece in the kitchen and I look forward to it warming up in the morning sun.
New Hope, PA”
Cherry table made by Titus! Before and after photos.
“I got this table finished and delivered.
Thanks again for being patient and the amazing service you guys
provided for me. I really appreciate it and hope to do more business in the future.
Beautiful ocean designed Walnut live edge bar top!
“Pictures of the finished mantel and support beams inside the home and finished support beams for the main entry and the side porch are attached. -Tom U. “
We had the pleasure of helping Tom and Sheryl with the beams in their new house!
They picked out Appalachian Hardwood beams in a hand-hewn texture.
Tom and Sheryl added some stain and finish on to these beams to make them pop and last longer!
Thank you Tom and Sheryl!
Our first reclaimed beams and mantel project! Thank you Tom and Sheryl!
“One unexpected feature of this slab that didn’t really emerge until I sealed the slab before finishing, we’re the presence of visible symmetric medullary rays over the length of the entire slab. I’ve only seen rays like that on quarter sawn maple and oak, not a massive walnut slab. They were even visible on the live edges and shape shifted in a holographic way
from different light and viewing angles. Very nice!