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Maple Burl & Hickory Dining Table and Chairs

This custom dining piece was produced from 3 slabs of Maple burl with a natural edge left around the outside of the table top.

Maple Burl & Petoskey Stones

To address nature’s effect on the wood, some of the checks were filled in with epoxy and the remaining checks were inlayed with Petoskey stone’s and epoxy. The epoxy provides a clear view to the interior of the wood and, in some instances, a view completely through the wood. 

Maple Burl Table and Hickory Chairs

Under the table we added 4 – eight inch diameter hickory legs to support the massive Maple top. Surrounding this custom masterpiece, there are 4 hickory chairs to complete the dining ensemble. We are proud to show you this example of a custom masterpiece. The true beauty in crafting our pieces from Nature is the unlimited possibilities it offers.

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Leather Chair, Hickory Uphostered Rocker

Rustics North is Northern Michigan’s largest manufacturer of custom rustic and cottage furniture, and Michigan’s leading dealer of rustic Amish Hickory furniture.  Whether your wood of choice is Pine, Cedar, Hickory, Twisted Juniper, Aspen or Kentucky Red Cedar, the craftsmen at Rustics North can take your specifications and create a one of a kind heirloom.
  
Lodge BedroomWe build and design bedroom, living room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom and outdoor furniture for all price ranges and needs.  We offer only the finest in rustic furnishings and home decor items at factory direct pricing, so you don’t have to skimp on quality to receive the quality you desire.  Whether your vacation home has one room or twenty, we at Rustics North value your business and look forward to helping you.


Hickory Hutch & RockerWe hope your enjoy our online showroom – please don’t hesitate to call or email us with any questions or comments you may have.  When in the Cheboygan area, visit our showroom, see what our craftsmen have recently created and enjoy some good, ol’ fashioned Northern Michigan hospitality.

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