At Stomps and Company, we're all about living a confident and purpose-driven life. We believe in ethics and love, but we also believe in living life in the moment while being kind to ourselves and others.
We believe in people and we love products. We strive to make creative, original, and well-made products ourselves as well as partner with companies who seek to do the same.
With simplicity in mind, Stomps and Company handcrafts our products, in Athens, Georgia, to capture the essence of the beauty nature has to offer. Each piece embodies movement and life. At every step, we remain intentional with how we craft each piece for you.
Stomps and Company believes in supporting artisans and designers near and far who are working hard to build their own businesses. That's why we are committed to partnering with brands that have small supply chains. The River Cabin has been designed and curated with beautiful, handmade decor made by us and made by other small businesses.
The Athens River Cabin aesthetic embodies the feeling of safety, privacy, and peace of mind and we want our guests to be able to take that feeling and bring it into their own homes.
If you have a brand that fits into these values we'd love to hear from you! We are looking to expand the different lines of kitchenware, homeware, apparel, and decor that we feature inside of the cabin. If you are interested, please inquire below and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Love to travel? Wanting to give the give of a trip to Athens, GA? You can book an Airbnb trip for yourself or a loved one anytime directly on our Airbnb page linked at the bottom.
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These boards are always made of 100% wood from local trees. We typically use black walnut, ambrosia maple, red oak, and or cedar. We have a kiln (A kiln is a thermally insulated chamber, a type of oven, that produces temperatures sufficient to complete a drying process) that contains many, many species of wood so if you would like a custom board please let us know and we can accommodate.
It is important to oil your wood cutting board every 3-4 weeks and we recommend that you use food-safe cutting board oil. We also recommend waxing the board once or twice a year, but make sure to oil it first. When storing your board, try never to leave it on a cold stone countertop as it can cause warping and cracking.
Storing a wood cutting board on its edge after use is the best way to keep it from warping and cracking. Ideally, they should be towel dried to remove excess moisture and then set on their edge in a dry location away from any direct sunlight.
If you love the beauty of your cutting board and want to show it off in your kitchen, you can still safely display it flat on the countertop we can add rubber feet upon request to lift the cutting board off the counter. This will prevent moisture from building up underneath and help keep bacteria from forming.
All of the end-grain boards and black walnut boards can be cut on. We do not recommend cutting on the cheese boards.
If you want to make a statement on your kitchen countertop, or want something that will not only be attractive but also functional and durable, this single-piece end grain cutting board is just what you're looking for. Edge-grained boards are cheaper and more common, but with proper care and maintenance these can stand up to even the toughest kitchen demands.
Live edge means 'live' in the sense of not being terminated. We keep the natural lines of the tree intact on all our live edge boards. We do not cut the board to fit into a standard rectangle, circle, or square, but leave it with the natural edge and shape so that they'll be even more beautiful than if they were trimmed back and squared off like other lumber.
We do not accept returns on anything custom.
If you believe your board is defective please send a picture of the board, specifically the defective area to email@example.com. Please note, that different types of wood can have variants in grain and coloration.
We can add a juice groove for $20.00 dollars to most any board, just ask! Adding a juice groove requires an extra 5-days to ship as this is very tedious work using a router to carve out a groove to hold 2 ounces of liquid.
A lot of our boards are in stock! Custom boards have a 14 day lead time.
Warping is something that can be fixed, and is not a manufacturing defect. The reason a board warps (and sometimes cracks) may be due to the way it is being stored. It is best to store the boards upright, but if you want to store it flat on a countertop then it should be stored on top of feet or rails or something that will allow air to circulate around it.
We calculate our prices by the board foot. A board foot is a volume measurement of a piece of wood in feet. Large slabs of rough wood, lumber, and exotic woods are usually measured and priced by the board foot, which accounts for the thickness, width, and length of the raw cut lumber.