Originally installed in Chincoteague Island VA in 1942
103 Doors to choose from in 3 sizes. (Less than 40 doors remain as of Jan 2019) Let us know your special request and we will do our best to work with you.
#1 size banks are now available in our On Line store. Each bank includes a copy of the historic supporting documentation. Special requests considered.
You can select from our Traditional rustic Barn Wood, Repurposed Pennsylvania Cherry, with a natural finish, or Oak with a smooth Dark oiled finish.
Visit one of our shows listed below for special show pricing.
A family owned small business, located in Western Pennsylvania, uses a significant amount of "upcycled" and "repurposed" material. A large amount of our hardwoods come from deconstructed buildings in Western PA. We try our best to be good stewards to the environment.
Paul and Laura Fruehan started Wood-N-You Like It Custom Woodworking over 25 years ago when they were asked if they could duplicate a child’s stool for a friend. Paul started woodworking at an early age in the family workshop that was originally equipped with tools that belonged to his grandfather, Peter Fruehan. Peter was a pattern maker by trade and worked many years for the Lackawanna Rail Road making wooden patterns of parts for steam locomotives. Several of Peters' original hand tools are still used today in our workshop. Laura is our resident artist. She has always had an interest in art and painting, and has taken numerous art classes. Paul constructs all our items, and Laura completes a substantial amount of the finishing.
Our business today focuses on two areas. First, we build commission pieces that range from case goods to home furnishings. In addition to our custom orders, we are always finding ways to use recycled and cut off pieces of wood. A large amount of wood destined for the fireplace or landfill is converted into useful and decorative items. To this extent, we produce a small line of gift items that are significantly upcycled.
Finally, we firmly believe that we should give back to nature for supplying the original trees that supply our basic feed stock. A portion or our earnings each year are used to support the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, Rails to Trails Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, and Audubon Society. Additionally, we regularly support the Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank (412) 462-5956
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Please feel free to contact us with your custom woodworking needs.
"You Should See What We Saw…”
Wood-N-You Like it will be participating in FOUR Market Square Night Markets in Downtown Pittsburgh this year. May 18th, June 8th, Aug 17th, and Sept 14th. 5PM to 10PM rain or shine. We expect to have one or two showcase items at each event and will be featuring our Post Office Door Banks.
This will be our second year at Whispering Pines Festival in the Woods in Cabot PA. About an hour north of Pittsburgh off rt 28. We will be featuring our Wine items and our Post Office Door Banks. We expect to have a few signature Wine related items for this show only. Saturday June 15th & Sunday June 16th 10am.
We will be back for our 3rd year at the Sewickley Night Mart on Beaver Street. Friday nights, June 28th, Jul;y 26th, and Aug 30. From 6 to 9 PM. A great Market with most of the local shops and restaurants open late. Music, Food Trucks and select artists round out the event. Bring the family!
Southside Works Exposed runs Friday evening, July 12th, through Sunday afternoon July 14th. One of our favorite summer shows. Lots of entertainment and two blocks of quality artists. Food Trucks and Kids activities. We will have some show specials just for this event!
This year we will only be participating in ONE Squirrel Hill Night Market. Saturday August 24th. We will be featuring our Post Office Door Banks and Cut and Serve cutting boards. Murray Ave, Squirrel Hill, from 6 to 10 PM
We will be returning for our 4th year at the Mt. Lebanon Artist Market.
Scheduled for September 21st and 22nd 2019, the two-day fine-arts fair will once again make Mt. Lebanon a focal point of the Pittsburgh art world. Located in the academy lot behind The Saloon and the Uptown PNC Bank.
Barn wood, Three Bottle and Two Glass holder