Taos Collection Details

Our Taos Collection is named after the city of Taos located in the north central region of New Mexico in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.  We choose this collection name as Taos has always had a strong artistic community and  because of the historical Spanish influence.

The Taos Collection has a subtle hint of Spanish or western design influence, but yet it is just refined enough to also be classified as sophisticated rustic.  This refined rustic-elegant character allows it to fit nicely into many different decors including lodge, cabin, western, or southwestern.

Want to make the Taos designs really sing western?  Just ask us to add hair on steer hide to any of the designs, and watch it turn into the perfect piece of furniture for your western décor.  Examples of hair on hide furniture can be found in photos of this collection.

About Woodland Creek Furniture

Features

Taos Materials

Taos Materials

Ebony door and drawers contrast the soft aged barnwood.  A thick hand forged metal base ties in nicely with the hammered nail heads.

Taos Finishes

Taos Finishes

The metal base has a gun stock finish.  The barnwood furniture has three coats of satin finish over the heavily sanded aged barnwood for a soft to the touch finish.

Taos Aesthetics

Taos Aesthetics

The combination of nail heads, heavy forged base, sanded ebony door and drawer panels, shaped wood corbels and distressed barnwood combine for an authentic elegant rustic line of furniture.