OPEN LIMITED HOURS STARTING JULY 1 Wed - Sun | 11:00am - 5:00pm OR BY APPOINTMENT

REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT TO VISIT OUR STORE OR DISCUSS A CUSTOM BUILD!

As of July 1, we have reopened for limited business hours on Wednesday through Sunday from 11am - 5pm. We are closed Monday & Tuesday.


To request a one-on-one appointment outside our regular hours, please call 720-592-0921 or fill out the form linked below.


These appointments can be used to purchase raw materials, arrange lumber prep, or discuss custom builds. Purchases are not required!


APPOINTMENT REQUEST FORM:

PLEASE NOTE: This is a new system for us, so please be patient as we work through the kinks!



Name:

Phone:

Email:

In order for us to select the appropriate staff member to meet with you, please tell us a bit about your needs or ideas. If you'd just like to browse, that's fine!

Are there specific times/days you prefer to come in?

Thank you for your interest! Our team will review your request and get back to you within 24-48 hours. If you have any questions in the meantime, feel free to call 720-592-0921.


Reclaimed Oak Butcher Block

RECLAIMED OAK BUTCHER BLOCK

This versatile reclaimed wood comes primarily from the flooring of old tractor trailers. Originally built with strips of solid oak, these planks are typically marked with scrapes, scratches, and bolt holes. 


 As sturdy as it is sustainable, this material is great for tables, counters, bars, & more!

Reclaimed Barn Wood

reclaimed barn wood

Rescued from the sides and floors of America's old forgotten barns, these boards, beams, and planks find new purpose in the homes and projects of our customers. 


 Genuine barn wood adds a warm, rustic feel to any project. We typically carry 1"x and 2"x material of varying widths, as well as beams and mantels.

Colorado Beetle Kill Pine

colorado beetle kill pine

Also known as Blue Stain Pine, this salvaged lumber comes from Colorado pine trees that were killed by the Mountain Pine Beetle.The blue-grey coloration comes from a fungus (which is burnt away in the drying process) that spreads from bark beetles to pine trees. 


The stunning colors have made this a sought after material for designers and builders across the Rocky Mountain region!