When you are looking for just the right piece for your home or office, Henhouse Woodcrafts offers alluring treasures at modest prices. With beautifully revamped vintage wood furnishings, each piece in the store is meticulously restored and lovingly painted with an artist’s eye. Owner Phadra Catapano, along with her husband, Micheal, find weathered antiques to revitalize, breathing new life into their vintage finds.
Furnishings, however, are not the only goods you’ll find when stopping by Henhouse Woodcraft. The shop is filled with handmade wood signs, original jewelry from Flustered Accessories and hand-turned ink pens and framed vintage prints that are also available. The shop carries Debi’s Diary DIY Paint, a line of all-natural clay-based chalk paints that come in a wide array of colors, when you are looking for just the right shade to start your own project.
Wooden signs can be made to order with fully customizable sayings, family names or slogans. You can bring wooden tables, chests or cabinets here to be refinished in unique style. If you have any family heirlooms or thrift store finds that need refurbishing, Micheal and Phadra Catapano will go on site to see what you have and give you an estimate on refinishing pieces.
Starting next year, Henhouse Woodcraft will offer classes on revitalizing pieces and have an area where people can rent a space and bring in their own furnishings to work. Since many people don’t necessarily have the room to accommodate bigger painting projects, Henhouse Woodcraft can provide the place and materials for those who have the desire to work on a big scale project but maybe not the room or supplies to do so.
Most of the actual furnishings for sale at Henhouse Woodcraft are reasonably priced, with the most expensive piece around $300. With the hard work and artistry that goes into refurbishing the solid wood antiques, the prices here are fantastic for an all-original treasure.
Henhouse Woodcraft can be found at 715 Greenwood Ave. in Clarksville and at their booth at the High Cotton antique store in Dickson. You can reach the owners at 615-651-2251 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teresa Filgis reviews restaurants and other businesses for Main Street Clarksville. She is a native Clarksvillian and has worked in the Clarksville restaurant and food scene for more than 20 years. She can be reached at email@example.com.