Here at KS WoodCraft, we love to talk, especially about wood. Please, do not hesitate to give us a call at (469) 734-0144 or use the form below to get more information about our products & services.

We truly do enjoy making your home the center of attention with a uniquely, handcrafted custom table designed by you.

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5 months ago

KS Woodcraft

We are thrilled with the outcome of this curved-base bistro table! Built out of solid Black Walnut, this table stands at bar-height and has an elegant ogee profile around the perimeter of the table top.

We’ve been getting a ton of questions with regard to our process and the way in which we design our furniture.

On each and every project, we start with a “form follows function” approach. Most of our clients have a vision and style choice which is a great starting point. Equally as important is the purpose or function of the piece. In this case, what is its purpose? What room will it be in? Are there obstructions? How many will be seated? Have the chairs been selected? What is the seat height? How can we design this table to provide adequate leg room while keeping with the shape and style and client vision.

Our mission statement has always been simple - to build our pieces to fit as though the room was built around it.

Hope everyone is enjoying their Holiday Season! We look forward to 2020!!!

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#kswoodcraft #recentlysold @ McKinney, Texas
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6 months ago

KS Woodcraft

Sometimes 24ft conference tables are necessary in the workplace. This is no exception. What a thrill it was to use 19th century reclaimed wood to build this project in this historic building!

Our client decided to have us install power/USB access into the apron of the table instead of the top (so that the grain was not obstructed).

Want to know another secret? Other than the fact that this table can divide into three free-standing segments, it also collapses - the legs unscrew and the table can be packed away when not in use.

To pop the grain, we applied a little “heat” to the top which emulates a tobacco-type look. As a finish, we used a matte conversion varnish.

Super thrilled and grateful to have the opportunity to build this table in such a special building! #kswoodcraft #recentlysold @ Plano, Texas
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