Red Leaf Woodcraft

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Home goods don't need to be complicated to be beautiful, or cold to be durable. A chair doesn't have to cost one month's pay to become an heirloom. Its story makes it valuable, its craftsmanship makes it durable.

I believe in creating things of beauty designed with you in mind, and crafted as if they are for my own home. I love to create new things and I choose to work primarily with wood because I believe it is the best, most versatile material I can use.

I make furniture and home goods because I love to and I believe there needs to be an alternative to mass-produced, ubiquitous items. For those who have grown tired of fast food goods - that are quick & cheap but leave you unsatisfied - I offer another choice.

To you I offer my successes, the result of a noteworthy journey from seedling, to tree, to material, to my workspace. There I create objects that stand the test of time - offering the chance for them to become part of your home. To you I offer a blank slate and invite you to write your own story.

-Jonathan Hilton, Furniture Maker

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