Rejuvenation

Gat Creek

Named for a waterway the owner once played in (and claimed as his own), Gat Creek represents the ideals of youth, nature, and discovery–and are at the heart of the furniture they create for their loyal customers. Located in the owner’s home state of West Virginia, Gat Creek has been building beautiful antique reproductions for more than 40 years. While the furniture bears the owner’s name, it truly comes from the dedicated work of over 175 people that share a passion for woodworking, nature, and home. Each hand-made piece is crafted from locally sourced solid Appalachian Cherry and personally signed by the artisan who built it.

Featured Products

Kelley Dining Table
Kelley Dining Table

$1,549.00

Our Kelley Dining Table, built from sustainably and locally sourced solid maple, is signed and dated by the builder. This piece ships with White Glove delivery. We’ll bring the desk into your home, set it up, and remove all packaging. Delivery surcharges apply.

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Black High-Back Bench
Black High-Back Bench

$879.00 Sale $747.15

Our Black High-Back Bench, built from sustainably and locally sourced solid maple, is signed and dated by the builder. This piece ships with White Glove delivery. We’ll bring the desk into your home, set it up, and remove all packaging. Delivery surcharges apply.

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Comb-Back Chair
Comb-Back Chair

Sustainably harvested maple

$345.00 Sale $293.25

The quintessential Colonial era design, our comb-back Windsor chair is crafted in West Virginia of sustainably harvested Appalachian maple. It is thought that 16th-century wheelrights introduced the practice of turning chair spindles on a lathe, as they turned spokes for wheels. Because the s...

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Saddle-Seat Chair
Saddle-Seat Chair

Sustainably Harvested Maple

$399.00 Sale $339.15

Craft, comfort, and cool – this chair has a lot to offer. It's made in West Virginia of sustainably harvested maple – prized as one of the hardest, and therefore most durable, woods – with a contoured saddle seat that cradles your (ahem) backside. Stylistically, this chair nods to the spare mid...

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