In this video, Chagrin Valley Custom Furniture shows you how to order a custom live edge wood and epoxy river table made to your specifications. CVCF is a manufacturer of high quality, handcrafted, custom designed furniture for sale online to individuals and businesses throughout the continental United States. We make it easy to get a price quote and order a truly customized piece of epoxy resin furniture, including custom river conference tables, custom river dining tables, custom epoxy resin coffee and side tables, wall art, headboards and whatever else you want!

For a quote on handcrafting your epoxy resin river furniture design and shipping it to your home or place of business anywhere in the USA, call Sheldon Myeroff at 440-591-5511, scan or take a photo of your design and text it to us at 440-591-5511, or email to shel@chagrinvalleycustomfurniture.com.

This video takes you step by step through the ordering process for resin and wood river tables. You’ll follow each phase of the furniture-making process – when you need to make payments as the furniture is being designed and built, when you will need to sign an agreement or contract, and how you are involved in the process as it moves forward. We are totally transparent with our customers and won’t throw any surprises at you. By understanding our process, you will have confidence that you are buying the highest quality custom epoxy resin furniture in America.

Our process is different from other custom furniture makers because we only make true custom furniture. That means you don’t go online to order and pay at the start of the process. With CVCF, you are part of the furniture-making process every step of the way as together we create a completely one-of-a-kind piece of epoxy resin furniture, specific to your unique needs and desires. You give us your design idea, choose the epoxy color, the wood slab, and make any tweaks in the design you see fit – all remotely through video technology. You can even have an emblem or your company logo engraved in the wood and filled with epoxy, or embed items in the epoxy such as school and college logos, rocks, crystals, shells, fish (no Great Whites, please), and other sentimental memorabilia.