John and Mark Schlabaugh
Brothers John and Mark Schlabaugh began making oak cutting boards and serving trays from left over stair tread scraps from their father's home construction business—a business that helped them learn their way around the tools and art of woodworking. Thirty some years later, their work has evolved and has most recently been sold in the Renwick Gallery and National Gallery of Art at the Smithsonian, the Gamble House in Pasadena, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
Mark's style of choice is more contemporary in nature, while John enjoys designing work that is Arts & Crafts and Greene & Greene-inspired. Together, they combine their aesthetics to create pieces that are known for top-quality workmanship while maintaining prices that make the work affordable.