Hickory is one of the hardest woods available. In fact, history tells us that pioneers chose hickory for its strength and durability for heavily used items like tool handles, ladder rungs and wagon wheels. Today, even seasoned woodworkers are reluctant to use hickory for building hardwood home furnishings because it is one of the most difficult woods to cut, carve, drill, turn, or machine. Yet, in the right hands and with the right tools, hickory can be cut, bent and shaped into amazing works of art.
In America’s heartland, Hilltop Hickory’s craftsmen draw on skills passed down from their ancestors, along with a true understanding of the natural qualities of hickory, to bring out its beautiful grain patterns and create heirloom-quality furniture that transports its owners to a simpler, more relaxing time before computers, cell phones and rush hour traffic. At Hilltop Hickory, we honor our roots, our traditions, and the sustainability of our Earth. When hickory saplings are cut, they will re-grow and be ready to harvest again in 3-5 years.
The rustic look of Hilltop Hickory furniture adds a unique charm to many decorating styles: Country, Wilderness Lodge, Western, Cabin, Mountain Modern, Arts & Crafts and eclectic to name a few.
We invite you to experience the comfort and beauty of Hilltop Hickory furniture, designed to fit your lifestyle and built to be enjoyed for generations to come.