100% Custom & Handmade Furniture | Built in Idaho

Mahogany House Woodworks has over 20 years of experience designing and building custom wood furniture for clients in Idaho and surrounding areas. We are proud to be Idaho’s leader when it comes to custom wood countertops and dining tables, among every other piece of furniture you need.

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Boise custom furniture maker, Mahogany House Woodworks of Idaho, has been creating pieces that are built to last and with your budget in mind for over years.

The work of Mahogany House Woodworks has been featured in magazines and trade shows alike. James’ clean eye for design and use of practical materials balances both sensible and unique creative techniques.

Based out of Nampa, Idaho, we design and build beautiful and practical furniture that will stand the test of time. We believe in the value of handcrafted and clean building methods that will delight and compliment your space for years to come.

Owner James Barrett, came from a construction and custom high end home building background, but has refined and honed his skills through education and years of disciplined making across various media and material, but woodworking has been his passion all along.

As a maker, James builds with a great pride in going against the grain of mass produced pieces of throwaway furniture. He feels a great sense of ownership in each piece that leaves his shop because of the responsible use of such beautiful materials. Learn more about us.

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    What Customers Are Saying

    “Superb workmanship. Quality service. James is knowledgeable about the woods he uses and the use and care of cutting boards. He answered all of my questions quickly and to my satisfaction. My 8″x6″ walnut cutting board is not only beautiful but functional for preparing only a few items. The smooth surface on both sides cleans up easily.”

    Karen O. – Boise