AUTHENTIC. VINTAGE. CUSTOM.

The finest décor individually handcrafted from hard wearing reclaimed wood of the West.

THE ARTISTIC PROCESS

I am honored that you would consider something made with my hands to be a part of your home and your legacy. Each piece is made to last and to be handed down.

 By allowing me to be a part of yours, you are giving me the opportunity to extend a legacy of my own. The Diamond M is a family cattle brand, passed down for generations. You’ll notice the brand in the bottom right corner of every piece; it’s the last part of every build. After heating it up in the fire, it’s pressed firmly into the wood leaving behind a mark. A brand that I strive to represent for me and my family well.

Our Works

Every piece is unique, like the person that claims it.  Constructed with imperfect hands and made up of weathered and beautifully authentic lumber reclaimed from the Western landscapes that I call home.  Marked by time and weathered by storms. It’s the knots and imperfections that make my work distinguishable.  No two pieces of work are the same; each creation is one of a kind, authentic, and genuine.

ORDER A CUSTOM PIECE

I want you to have the art you desire, for the space you have. I am happy to accommodate specific dimensions, designs, lettering or even hand make a piece from material that you have. A sentimental attachment to maybe the house you grew up in, an old barn that won’t make it, etc. If you see something you like but would prefer a different size or color scheme; let me know! If you have an idea that you’d like to design together…..I will bring the whiskey…..literally. 

HUUUGE shout out to Matt Messerly for creating this BEAUTIFUL entryway mirror and bench for my new house!!! If any of y’all are looking for custom hand crafted home decor, Matt is the guy to go to! He’s hands down THE BEST around! Seriously the sky is the limit! He can create anything you can imagine! Go give his page: Diamond M Woodworks a like! You won’t be disappointed!

JJ Hulet

Utah

Call Us

435.231.1996

Headquarters

Enterprise, Utah