Collection: Hand-Hewn Mantels and Beams

I hand-hew round trees into square beams using only an axe. While water-powered sawmills existed in New England as early as 1630 (in Berwick, Maine), hand-hewing large beams was a technique favored by many American craftsmen to frame out barns and buildings: structures that have stood the test of time and borne patiently the worst of summer's blistering heat and New England's unkind winters. Today, I use exactly the same tools and techniques as 17th- and 18th-century Maine craftsmen to create classic beams and mantels: timbers that will transform your family's favorite space into a showcase for generations to come.
10 products
  • Hand-Hewn Mantel - Cedar with Pine Stain #002
    Hand-Hewn Mantel - Cedar with Pine Stain #002
    Regular price
    $210.00
    Sale price
    $210.00
  • Hand-Hewn Mantel - White Pine with Golden Oak Finish #001
    Hand-Hewn Mantel - White Pine with Golden Oak Finish  #001
    Regular price
    $190.00
    Sale price
    $190.00