Our Northwest Woods live-edge slabs feature the rough, natural edge of the tree with all its unique characteristics.
These slabs include many Pacific Northwest native species and are sourced from small mills throughout the region. Ask us where yours came from -- we can share the story behind each piece.
Also be sure to check out our collection of Epilogue live-edge slabs, sourced from tree removal projects in the Portland metro area.
All slabs are kiln-dried for stability. Most are 2" thick, but other thicknesses are available for custom projects. Due to the unique nature of each piece, widths and character vary.
Stop in to select your one-of-a-kind piece today, or call us and we will pick out the perfect piece for you.
Campground Blue Pine (from fire salvage projects in the Pacific Northwest)
Restoration Juniper (from grassland restoration projects in Eastern Oregon)
Willamette Valley Walnut (urban and orchard salvage from the Willamette Valley)
FSC Big Leaf Maple (harvested from well-managed, FSC certified forests west of the Cascades)
Pacific Madrone (salvaged from the waste stream in the Rogue and Umpqua Valleys)
FSC Douglas Fir (sourced from restorative forestry projects)
Epilogue Urban Salvage (sourced from our partnership with Epilogue. Slabs are from the Portland metro area; selection varies but can include Deodar Cedar, Port Orford Cedar, Redwood, Elm, Myrtlewood, and many other special pieces; click here to see current inventory)