Greenwood Bay is urban artisan woodworking studio that creates stunning custom furniture using the most the beautiful wood available anywhere. We honor nature’s most majestic specimens by handcrafting our pieces to highlight their own natural beauty using designs that are both functional and beautiful.
A BEAUTIFUL PARTNERSHIP WITH
We incorporate traditional and innovative joinery with contemporary “urban organic” design to produce pieces that will be loved for years to come. We also work with local metal, glass and other artisans to add visual interest and excitement to our pieces. All of our finishes are earth-friendly and non-toxic.
Reclaimed, Refined, Remarkable
We specialize in live edge furniture, similar to the style of that of artisan George Nakashima, however, all are customized to our client’s specifications. Examples include dining and coffee tables, kitchen islands, bar tops, desks, benched, headboards, conference tables, artwork, and so on.
Clients are often surprised that much of our most attractive wood comes – not from faraway places – but right from our own “urban forest.” We also source from family farms and small vendors across the country that share our passion for beautiful wood, and our dedication to sustainability. In addition, we use antique reclaimed wood, which not only is a sustainable resource but has a wonderful character all its’ own.
Our clients include individuals, retailers, and commercial customers, and we have relationships with a growing cadre of top design professionals. We work closely with our clients from design to delivery to assure total satisfaction.
About Owner Bob Card
Bob Card started Greenwood Bay in 2009.
“I grew up working with wood in my dad’s basement workshop. After a 25 year corporate career, I was ready for a change. I created greenwood bay so that I could devote my full energies to something I felt passionate about. I’ve been thrilled by the reception we’ve received from designers and residential, retail, and corporate clients who appreciate our approach to design and craftsmanship, as well as our commitment to community and the environment.”