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Custom Charleston Woodworking Company Introduces Latest Offerings

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on September 11, 2014 by Lowcountry Boil

Salt Wood Company’s complete line of handcrafted wood furniture and custom pieces from reclaimed wood with natural organic finishes is available on an enhanced website. Products range from a custom bed-swing bassinet made of cypress with an all organic finish and a modern rustic bench created from heart pine with a natural finish with soy based stain and organic paste wax to rustic bowls and boxes designed from reclaimed oak wood and finished with an organic oxidation process and protected with mineral oil. On the updated site shoppers see more detailed views of the products, related product advice, detailed information on crafting processes and customer testimonials.

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“We launched the new website to showcase our modern, yet rustic handcrafted furniture and make the shopping process easier for our customers,” said owner Vann Cochran. “Our team has many years of experience in the woodworking and wood finishing business and it is that expertise that translates into some amazing products.”

Formed in late 2013 by Vann Cochran, Salt Wood Co. creates one of a kind handcrafted furniture and boxes from reclaimed wood. Each piece comes with a story born out of the origin of the wood with recent pieces from a mill in upstate SC and The Vendue Inn in Charleston’s 1780 structure. Additionally, Salt Wood Co. offers many finishes from an artistic milk paint wash to oxidized mineral finishes. Salt Wood Co. has the privilege of giving wood a second chance and designing creations that can be passed on for generations.

For additional information about the company or to view the gallery, visit www.saltwoodco.com.

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A Taste of British Flare Has found Its Way to the Lowcountry!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 14, 2013 by Lowcountry Boil

Steven Shell Living

by Lydia Stubbs

As the not-so-quaint town of Mount Pleasant continues to expand, more and more stores are calling the Lowcountry their home. When Steven Shell, a renound furniture designer based out of London, began looking at various locations around the country to open his unique and whimisical furniture store, he knew he had to pick Charleston as soon as he arrived. Steven Shell has the philosophy of offering customisable furniture to consumers at the wholesale price. His first store, Steven Shell Living, has only been open since the beginning of May, but has been a great find for the locals of Mount Pleasant. The unique furniture found in his thrifty store gives its’ competitors a run for their money.

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The very talented Steven Shell has learned the trade of designing furniture from being in the business for more than 25 years. With his background in trading antiques he was able to take his passion for design and create a magnificently created line of furniture.  His line of handcrafted furnishings is now available in 22 countries and is created by master artisans in Indonesia. With the majority of his furniture being constructed of Indonesian mahogany, he believes in replenishing the resources used in making each piece.

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Steven Shell takes pride in his new store, and believes everyone should be able to afford professionally made furniture at an affordable price. With his beliefs, inspirations, and elements of design visible throughout the entire store, the locals have fallen in love with his British flare. The store’s goal is to provide a warm and welcoming atmosphere to its’ customers, while helping them find the perfect piece of furniture to complete their designing expeditions. Go in and visit this newly opened store and see the amazing selection of wholesale furniture that they have to offer.

Steven Shell Living is located at 642 Coleman Boulevard in the Moultrie Plaza on Coleman Blvd., and right next to Wild Wing. for more information, visit www.stevenshell.com.

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