Succulents are all the rage right now but they can be challenging to grow. Get the look of succulents with a modern feel by creating this DIY shelf with succulent image transfers and a colorblocking paint technique. It’s so cute, … Continue reading
Hi friends! I’m counting down the days until I am officially on Summer vacation. I have a list of projects that I want to complete before long so that I can sit back, relax, and enjoy the fruits of my … Continue reading
In a couple weeks, we’ll be starting a new year. In my house, that means a renewed motivation to get organized. As the kids get older, it becomes such a chore keeping not just my mail and whatnots together but keeping … Continue reading
Hi friends! Dana Tatar here today sharing a fast Fall decor project. I quickly altered one box and one plaque to create a decoration that I can use for several months. A simple swap of the box contents, and an … Continue reading
I didn’t spell cafe wrong. 🙂 My wall art says “caffe’” which is the Italian word for “coffee”. I made this colorful faux tiled piece to decorate my coffee bar with! I combined beautiful unfinished wood tiles from Walnut Hollow … Continue reading
This fun project is surprisingly simple to make! Add a bit of humor to the decor of any room with a bit of toy taxidermy. I combined a beautiful unfinished wood plaque from Walnut Hollow with an old hobby horse … Continue reading
Rustic Americana decor never goes out of style in my book. I was so excited to see the new shapes available in Walnut Hollow’s rustic pallet selection and knew that I wanted to turn the beautiful US pallet map into … Continue reading
My favorite gifts to give are always handmade, but especially ornaments. I used vintage 1950s glass ornaments as inspiration for my wood ornaments. Walnut Hollow has several thin plaques that are great for lightweight oversized ornaments. I used several Marrakesh Thin … Continue reading
Can you believe it’s December already? Time to get moving on all those great DIY gifts you want to make for family and friends. Walnut Hollow’s new tablet stands are PERFECT for holiday gift giving. Just use a little paint, … Continue reading
By Chris Wallace for Walnut Hollow
Since today is July 4th and we are celebrating Independence Day, I thought it would be appropriate to share something important to Walnut Hollow. If you never know anything else about Walnut Hollow but one thing, I hope you know that all of our wood products are Made in America. And that is something the Ladd Family and all the Walnut Hollow employees are very proud of.
Walnut Hollow was founded 42 years ago by Dave Ladd. When Dave saw his wife Nancy decoupage crosscut pieces of wood, it sparked an idea that became a well-respected, international corporation. We manufacturer various styles of wood products sold throughout the United States, Canada and foreign countries.
All Walnut Hollow wood products are made in the heartland of America. Our factory in Dodgeville, Wisconsin employs local folks and most of them have been part of our company for many years. Our hard-working employees take exceptional pride in their work to bring the best and innovative products to market for our valued customers.
These are photos of our factory where the wood products are manufactured.
We also take pride in safety. This is a photo of our President, Sandra Ladd-Bartelt, Dave’s daughter, thanking all Walnut Hollow employees. The 2013 Outstanding Manufacturing Safety Performance Award was presented to Walnut Hollow by Acuity Insurance. It is a great honor to be recognized for working safely.
We take great pride in producing products that are not only environmentally friendly but are also highly adaptable to many different markets. Our commitment to quality products and our environmental initiative are beyond compare. We help to keep America strong and employed. Always remember, Walnut Hollow wood products are Made in America.
Happy 4th of July!