Woodwright’s is a crafter of fine custom wood cabinetry and furniture located in the Hill Country of Texas in Fredericksburg. We are a family owned business and the craftsmen are a father/son duo. Michael and Brandon Ray produce custom cabinetry and furniture one project at a time using old-school craftsmanship to produce the highest quality pieces from virtually any type of wood the customer desires.
As technology has developed and our world has evolved from slow-paced to very fast-paced, we have also seen it change from one of true craftsmanship to one of mass-production. Furniture and cabinetry shops, for the most part, are now production shops rather than the Mom and Pop shops of the past. Most furniture retailers stock and sell products manufactured by these production facilities and the quality of craftsmanship and even materials is simply not the same. At Woodwright’s, we have been building custom wood furniture and cabinetry for around 30 years and the love for what we do has grown into a genuine passion for producing unique, out of the box pieces, of impeccable quality.
Our goal is to produce furniture pieces that will be passed down from generation to generation with the highest quality to withstand the long haul. Furniture pieces should be heirlooms for future generations to enjoy and not just to fill a functional need for the here and now. That objective is kept in mind by Woodwright’s in every furniture piece we build and we also hold ourselves to the same standard in the cabinetry we produce as well.
When we say we build “Custom” furniture and cabinetry, the word “Custom”, to us, means freedom for the customer – freedom from being confined to what everyone else has or what they have seen in store displays or in their friends and neighbor’s homes. Custom means, “If you can dream it, we can build it.”
The entire process from design to completion of construction is all about giving the customer exactly what they want. Our passion is precisely that. There is nothing more satisfying for us than being able, at the end of the day, to see the completion of that process and the reality of having given the customer precisely what they dreamed of from the start.