Behind every piece of Western Heritage’s reclaimed barn wood furniture, lies a story that began generations ago. While photographs may capture the aesthetic features of our craftsmanship, they do not tell the story of the history or innovation. In an effort to capture these stories, and give these pieces the credit they deserve, we have made several videos that we are proud to share. Though, we also like to have fun with some of our videos every now and then, such as our Build-Off episodes!
Founder and Co-owner of Western Heritage Furniture, Tim McClellan introduces this beautiful hidden-Leaf, rectangular, expanding Dining Table. Made from reclaimed barn wood, this handmade table can be expanded and collapsed with ease.
Tim McClellan, founder and co-owner of Western Heritage Furniture, introduces this extraordinary new expanding round table. Custom made by Western Heritage Furniture, this amazing expanding round table consists of reclaimed Cherry barn wood that was procured from Johnny Cash’s lake house in Tennessee.
Tim McClellan introduces some features of our uniquely intricate, and gorgeous Teton Collection! Each piece in this collection has more pieces than bones in the human body. These are truly stunning examples of the craftsmanship here at Western Heritage Furniture.
This is a short story about our company and a little insight into what goes into making a piece of our furniture – as well as an introduction to the original (and eclectic) crew of people that, for some reason, show up here everyday.
The Perkins barn had stood proudly for over 100 years in Sycamore Canyon just outside of Clarkdale, Arizona. If this barn could talk it might share the sounds of cattle lowing and most certainly the clanking of the milk pales before the hiss of warm milk.
Custom reclaimed wood pool table from Western Heritage Furniture. This pool table’s design is based on elements from our Teton Collection of Furniture. Inspired by the grandeur and beauty of the Teton Mountains in western Wyoming, this Teton table has a massive presence.
Custom reclaimed wood pool table from Western Heritage Furniture. In part 2 you can see how all the elements are coming together in this very unique table design. The felt is actually applied after the slate is leveled at the client’s home in Colorado.
In episode one, Tim McClellan is presented with a challenge from the crew to design and build a piece of furniture that represents his experience on Ellen’s Design Challenge. And, just like in the Ellen competition, he will have some celebrity help. Although this is mainly a parody, the challenge of building one of his most amazing pieces yet, is real. Part humor, part reality, all fun!
The second and final episode of Western Heritage Furniture’s Build-Off Challenge. After a rough first day that saw his celebrity spend more time sleeping than helping, Tim finds himself running behind schedule. In this final episode, Tim has to deal with a crisis at work, take a trip to Gold King mine to get some exquisite wood, and finish his piece in time. Also, awaiting Tim in this episode, is a surprise judge who will be deciding if Tim did enough to win this one-man-competition.