Rivertown Woodcraft
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Have me build you something beautiful.

Honest wood products.

Handmade in Grand Rapids, Michigan

We begin with honest materials and your dream.

What happens next is amazing.

3D modeling, brainstorming sessions, renderings and material samples. Our process is thorough, but that’s what it takes.

Let’s work together to make your ideas a reality.

Dining room tables. Reception desks. Bed frames. Benches.

It’s all made here, at Rivertown Woodcraft.

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No job too large.

Or too small.

Bar tops to succulent pots.

Dining room tables to candelabras.

Nightstands to serving trays.

From sketchpad to delivery, and with 3D modeling, material selection and everything else in between. We’re here to help you realize your dream.

 

Your home,
your style,
your project.

Contact Us

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Commercial spaces?
Of course.

Let’s Chat

 
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Let our business help your business.

Our expertise in space design can help you take your expertise to new levels. Be it restaurants or retail, we can you achieve custom solutions for your needs.


Case in point: The Søvengård

Rivertown Woodcraft was selected to be among a small group of crafts-people to help create what is known as The Søvengård, a beirgarten and restaurant located in the west side of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Rivertown Woodcraft was responsible for the design and construction of the interior (lower level) bar and liquor shelving, cabinetry, kitchen and host partition walls, and the exterior storage container bar liquor shelving. In 2018 they expanded. Our design and build out included installation of three 150 year old hand hewn barn beams capped with shaker columns on either end. We also designed the bar from scratch according to the clients needs, and after framing, installed the board and batten facade and two inch thick walnut bar top. RW also built nine black walnut two person tables for the space. These are spread throughout both dining spaces. Seventy two feet of banquettes were also designed in house and fabricated from steel and powder coated locally. Upholstered cushions were placed on walnut platforms to complete to look.