History of Reclaimed Wood

Reclaimed wood is not new, unstable, uniform, generic or cheap. It’s not the latest trend or the quickest fix. When people say “reclaimed wood” they’re referring to aged, recycled timbers: wood that was harvested decades ago, used in construction, and then salvaged when its original build

Making Room for New Designs!

Help Shenandoah Furniture Gallery clear our showroom! Our craftsmen are busy designing and building new farm tables for fall! Come by the Gallery in July and speak with our incredible team to purchase your heirloom farm table before the showroom is empty!

Our Neighbor – Catoctin Creek Distillery

Something that is unique to Loudoun County, Virginia is the spirit of the people who live and work here. There is a motto that most if not all of us Loudouners possess; live local, buy local and support local. As a local business owner in this community, we are so fortunate that the people who li

From Farm to Office

When shopping for a statement piece of furniture, most people purchase our handcrafted farm tables for their home or the home of someone they love. However, our custom farm tables can also be designed and created for your office. A new trend is developing where local businesses are looking for a

Do you know your Farm Table?

All farm tables may claim to be alike, but when it comes to comparing apples to apples, do you really know your farm table? Do you know who sourced the wood, where it came from, what the wood was before becoming the foundation for your farmhouse table? Is your table constructed locally or abroad?

Creating Your Own History: Reclaimed Wood Tables are Memories in the Making

In the land of “I want it now” from internet to food and even to furniture, mass produced items are the norm. From assembly line to show room, shopping cart (virtual or real) to eventually landing in our living room, furniture design and creation has become somewhat of a lost art form to some