Let Us Enliven Your Living Room!

Add life to your living room with Maine WoodWorks! Maybe you want to replace that tired old coffee table, or change things up by adding an end table. With handcrafted quality, guaranteed durability and a litany of options, Maine WoodWorks has you covered.

If you’re not sure where to store your music and movies, or you want a stylish base for your widescreen, media stands in two different sizes will handsomely house your entertainment behind beadboard or glass doors, whichever you prefer. Three different sizes of occasional tables with Cottage-style square legs or tapered legs for a Shaker look offer solutions for any tight space in the room. And if you want your living room to display your literary passions, Maine WoodWorks crafts four different models of bookcases—from two to four shelves, tall and thin to short and squat, and in whatever panel and color you like.

And of course, the ultimate centerpiece of any stylish living room is the Maine WoodWorks coffee table: as attractive as it is practical, made of hardwood and featuring a deep and sturdy drawer, crafted with your choice of side panels, hardware and finish.

All Maine WoodWorks furniture is handmade from solid hardwood, one piece at a time—not mass produced from a factory. Every piece is both stylish and built to last, integrating master craftsmanship with simple elegance and Maine-made durability.

To learn more about Maine WoodWorks go here. To find a retailer, click here. If you are an interior designer, send us an email and we’ll build the perfect piece for even your most demanding customers.

Maine WoodWorks is owned and operated by Creative Work Systems, a comprehensive, not-for-profit human service agency serving people with disabilities. Established in 1967, we provide support to hundreds of people with disabilities each year throughout Southern Maine. Central to each and every service we provide is the understanding that all people have a valuable contribution to make to each other and to society. By combining this understanding with our commitment to excellence, we can make a positive and significant difference both for individuals and for the community. At Maine WoodWorks, we commit to this principle by maintaining an integrated work force and opportunities for employment and on-the-job training for people with disabilities.


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