2018 has flown by and what a year it has been! We started this year off by building our biggest table to date – a 20ft long boardroom table– and finished on a real high note, moving into our massive new space. We thrive on taking on new projects and challenges and this year has been filled with them.
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Business-wise, we’ve incorporated Son of a Woodcutter as we’ve grown from where we were as a company last year. We also hired another woodworker (hey Matt!) and purchased some large equipment all in the aid of providing a better product for the same, fair price.
But back to that massive space…
We moved spaces in November of 2018. Finding a space wasn’t easy, but it was worth the wait! You can find us now in Toronto’s beautiful design district, near Keele and Eglinton.
Leslieville, you were absolutely wonderful to us over the past three years. We met so many amazing clients and made some great connections with people in the same or similar industries. We’ll be continuing to work with many of them! We’re so thankful to have been part of such a vibrant community. So endless, endless thank you’s to all of you!
Our new space will still take a few more months to set up properly. We’re still working out the layout and trying to figure out how to incorporate a showroom. We also want to maximize the space for production. Meanwhile, we are still taking on new orders, so don’t fret.
Most excitingly, we will be working on a number of standard products in the new year. This means you’ll always be able to find this new product line listed on the website, and they’ll be readily available. Our new products range from coasters to stools, coffee tables and dining tables. We will also be increasing our offering of solid wood countertops. Check out this one we recently did for a cottage in Muskoka!
Creativity and craftsmanship is important to us at Son of a Woodcutter so we’re happy to be working on this new line and we’re excited to launch!
And of course, we continue to support local by sourcing our materials and maintaining a solid relationship with the government agency, Ontario Wood. Imported woods tend to move in our climate so cracks, twists and splits can appear literally overnight. We have incredibly dry winters and very humid summers here in Ontario. We encourage you to buy Ontario, and support local!
So from Jack, Will, Dan and Matt we wish you a Happy Holidays and all the best for 2019.
See you on the flipside!