Where can I purchase a Dreaming Tree Woodworks utensil or board?
Dreaming Tree Woodworks sells their kitchenware at local markets, fairs, and festivals in New Jersey. For a complete list, please visit our EVENTS tab. (Times and Locations to be announced soon)
What wood types do you use and where do you source it?
We use a variety of hardwoods, including cherry, black walnut, fancy maple, birch and ash. We source as much wood locally as possible and are fortunate to have connections within the neighboring towns.
What do you finish your products with?
Our wooden utensils and kitchenware are finished with an all-natural, organic mixture of food safe mineral oil and beeswax.
How do I care for my wooden piece?
Your unique, wooden utensil or cutting board is made to last through many occasions; however, please wash it by hand. Do not let it sit in water for long periods of time and do not place it in the dishwasher.
What are your return policies?
We do not accept returns for our kitchenware or utensils.
Why does my spoon look a little different than pictured online?
In addition to being handcarved, each wood type brings its own characteristics, as does every piece of wood. Therefore, each piece will be unique!
What if my kitchenware breaks?
If your piece breaks due to defects in the wood or craftsmanship, please reach out to us and we will assist you as best as we can.
Can I make a request for a custom piece?
Yes! Please reach out to us if you have an idea for a custom piece. Matthew will do his best to meet your needs!
What is "handcrafted" and what does it mean at Dreaming Tree Woodworks?
"Handcrafted" is the act of using manual labor (your hands) to fashion or create a work.