Front Porch Pews

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What Sets Us Apart

We have designed each of our pew series with the ability to replicate antique pews paired with various options and designs or can be fully customized; all with different budgets in mind.

This is what sets us apart.

There are companies out there who reclaim old pews out of churches and repurpose them one at a time which is fine – we can do that too – but the quantity/availability is scarce/limited.

Our manufacturing capability allows us to overcome this “problem” of limited supply.

Craftsmanship

Our hands-on craftsmanship allows us to build unlimited high quality furniture on demand in a higher production facility, but with the care and craftsmanship of a “one man shop.”

It is what we already do for worship settings on a custom wood-working basis, we are simply catering to the residential market due to demand and the limited supply of repurposed pews.

Boxwood Series



The Boxwood Series encompasses our base level options and finishes.  But, don’t mistake “base level” for “less than” because it too comes with all solid Southern Pine components, great finishes and end style options.

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End Selections

All of our end selections, regardless of species, are 2” thick and solid wood.  This gives our pews unparalleled structural support and longevity.  We can also custom design pew ends per your taste with our CNC Router.

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 104

 106

 Custom 1

 Custom 2

 Reclaimed

Stain and Paint color options

Paint and Stain: Here are good places to explore stain and paint colors.  We can match anything!  Any stain or paint can be used together with any combination of our finishing techniques.

Clear top coat: Using one of our fine interior or exterior clear coats with no paint or stain is also an option. This highlights the natural color and grain of the wood.

Finishing Technique options

Whether you would prefer a clean, smooth finish or one that lends itself to the look at feel of aged barn wood we can accommodate your taste.



Standard - Anything but a “standard” look.  It is simply representative of using a stain or paint with a clear top coat but no other finish technique.  Sometimes simple is more.



Glazed
- “Glazing” is a technique that is used to add an accent color by “smearing” or wiping the accent color of choice over the base color of stain or paint where it highlights the corners and crevices.  Then the clear coat is applied to lock in and protect the entire finish.  It can be added to almost any other finish technique. View our Glaze color options.



Rub Through
- A technique that literally rubs through the base coat of stain or paint to allow for areas of the natural wood to “pop” through the finish.  This technique can be used in combination with most other techniques.



Distressing
- A technique that adds character (simulated worm holes, dents, divots, lines) to the wood before any other finishing technique is applied.  It can be used with any other finish technique.



Antiquing
- is our most involved finish process.  It is a 6-step process that involves a base coat of stain or paint, rub through, glaze, and distressing with a clear coat to lock everything in place.


When you select a distressed, glazed or antiqued finish, each piece is hand done and will be unique to your piece of furniture. We pride ourselves on this uniqueness that cannot be replicated like high production machine finished processes.

Clear Coat & Exterior Top Coat

Clear Coat
Our top coat clear finishes are applied to each of our products as the last step in our finish process.  Top coats can be selected for interior or exterior use and low VOC/environmental friendly choices are available.  All our finishes are top of the line furniture grade finishes.

Exterior Top Coat
Exterior top coats are distinguished from interior clear coats by their added UV (ultraviolet) inhibitors to protect from breakdown due to consistent sunlight exposure.  Further, our exterior finishes are moisture resistant.  In both cases, UV and moisture inhibitors, are smart choices for products that will be placed outside under a covered patio, porch, or other covered setting.  Direct exposure (e.g. like sitting the pew in the yard) is never recommended and will void our warranty.  Keep in mind that no finish on wood lasts forever and do so in a manner directly commensurate with level of exposure.

Azalea Series



The Azalea Series is our mid-level line that provides everything in our Boxwood series plus Appalachian Red Oak as a solid wood choice.  Finishing techniques such as distressing (and “rub through” technique – see pics), glaze over stain or paint, slatted or non-slatted back and indoor or outdoor lacquer as preferred.  The following end selections (below) may also be chosen.

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End Selections

All of our end selections, regardless of species, are 2” thick and solid wood.  This gives our pews unparalleled structural support and longevity.  We can also custom design pew ends per your taste with our CNC Router.

 100

 104

 106

 Custom 1

 Custom 2

 Reclaimed

Stain and Paint color options

Paint and Stain: Here are good places to explore stain and paint colors.  We can match anything!  Any stain or paint can be used together with any combination of our finishing techniques.

Clear top coat: Using one of our fine interior or exterior clear coats with no paint or stain is also an option. This highlights the natural color and grain of the wood.

Finishing Technique options

Whether you would prefer a clean, smooth finish or one that lends itself to the look at feel of aged barn wood we can accommodate your taste.



Standard - Anything but a “standard” look.  It is simply representative of using a stain or paint with a clear top coat but no other finish technique.  Sometimes simple is more.



Glazed
- “Glazing” is a technique that is used to add an accent color by “smearing” or wiping the accent color of choice over the base color of stain or paint where it highlights the corners and crevices.  Then the clear coat is applied to lock in and protect the entire finish.  It can be added to almost any other finish technique. View our Glaze color options.



Rub Through
- A technique that literally rubs through the base coat of stain or paint to allow for areas of the natural wood to “pop” through the finish.  This technique can be used in combination with most other techniques.



Distressing
- A technique that adds character (simulated worm holes, dents, divots, lines) to the wood before any other finishing technique is applied.  It can be used with any other finish technique.



Antiquing
- is our most involved finish process.  It is a 6-step process that involves a base coat of stain or paint, rub through, glaze, and distressing with a clear coat to lock everything in place.


When you select a distressed, glazed or antiqued finish, each piece is hand done and will be unique to your piece of furniture. We pride ourselves on this uniqueness that cannot be replicated like high production machine finished processes.

Clear Coat & Exterior Top Coat

Clear Coat
Our top coat clear finishes are applied to each of our products as the last step in our finish process.  Top coats can be selected for interior or exterior use and low VOC/environmental friendly choices are available.  All our finishes are top of the line furniture grade finishes.

Exterior Top Coat
Exterior top coats are distinguished from interior clear coats by their added UV (ultraviolet) inhibitors to protect from breakdown due to consistent sunlight exposure.  Further, our exterior finishes are moisture resistant.  In both cases, UV and moisture inhibitors, are smart choices for products that will be placed outside under a covered patio, porch, or other covered setting.  Direct exposure (e.g. like sitting the pew in the yard) is never recommended and will void our warranty.  Keep in mind that no finish on wood lasts forever and do so in a manner directly commensurate with level of exposure.

Camellia Series



The Camellia has it all.  It includes everything in the Azalea and Boxwood Series plus Hard Maple solid wood components, antiquing (see picture) or extreme distressing which requires a six-step finish.

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End Selections

All of our end selections, regardless of species, are 2” thick and solid wood.  This gives our pews unparalleled structural support and longevity.  We can also custom design pew ends per your taste with our CNC Router.

 100

 104

 106

 Custom 1

 Custom 2

 Reclaimed

Stain and Paint color options

Paint and Stain: Here are good places to explore stain and paint colors.  We can match anything!  Any stain or paint can be used together with any combination of our finishing techniques.

Clear top coat: Using one of our fine interior or exterior clear coats with no paint or stain is also an option. This highlights the natural color and grain of the wood.

Finishing Technique options

Whether you would prefer a clean, smooth finish or one that lends itself to the look at feel of aged barn wood we can accommodate your taste.



Standard - Anything but a “standard” look.  It is simply representative of using a stain or paint with a clear top coat but no other finish technique.  Sometimes simple is more.



Glazed
- “Glazing” is a technique that is used to add an accent color by “smearing” or wiping the accent color of choice over the base color of stain or paint where it highlights the corners and crevices.  Then the clear coat is applied to lock in and protect the entire finish.  It can be added to almost any other finish technique. View our Glaze color options.



Rub Through
- A technique that literally rubs through the base coat of stain or paint to allow for areas of the natural wood to “pop” through the finish.  This technique can be used in combination with most other techniques.



Distressing
- A technique that adds character (simulated worm holes, dents, divots, lines) to the wood before any other finishing technique is applied.  It can be used with any other finish technique.



Antiquing
- is our most involved finish process.  It is a 6-step process that involves a base coat of stain or paint, rub through, glaze, and distressing with a clear coat to lock everything in place.


When you select a distressed, glazed or antiqued finish, each piece is hand done and will be unique to your piece of furniture. We pride ourselves on this uniqueness that cannot be replicated like high production machine finished processes.

Clear Coat & Exterior Top Coat

Clear Coat
Our top coat clear finishes are applied to each of our products as the last step in our finish process.  Top coats can be selected for interior or exterior use and low VOC/environmental friendly choices are available.  All our finishes are top of the line furniture grade finishes.

Exterior Top Coat
Exterior top coats are distinguished from interior clear coats by their added UV (ultraviolet) inhibitors to protect from breakdown due to consistent sunlight exposure.  Further, our exterior finishes are moisture resistant.  In both cases, UV and moisture inhibitors, are smart choices for products that will be placed outside under a covered patio, porch, or other covered setting.  Direct exposure (e.g. like sitting the pew in the yard) is never recommended and will void our warranty.  Keep in mind that no finish on wood lasts forever and do so in a manner directly commensurate with level of exposure.

Accessories

View our quality selection of accessories to highlight your pew or table.

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Give us a call or submit a pricing request on our contact us page. We look forward to servicing your needs.