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About Tuggle's Timber

Hi, Hey, Hello. I'm Ross Tuggle. I'm pumped That you're on this website and even clicked this part. That means you're just really bored, or want to know who you may be ordering something from. Either way, Hi. 


When My Wife and I started dating, she saw an old green porch swing that was rotting in my neighbors portion of the yard (I was living in a duplex). She commented that she loved it. That night I went out and took all the wood I could salvage from it in hopes to make a picture frame out of it. With a hand saw, hammer, nails, and some wood glue, I quickly realized that a picture frame wasn't going to be in the cards. I started placing the wood on a piece of plywood in different patterns and found one I liked and decided to just attach it as a small art piece for her. It has a lot of flaws, and if I could redo it today - I'd do a lot of things differently, but this is how Tuggle's Timber began.


I worked in the social work field for 10 years until recently when Tuggle's Timber became my full-time job. I often times didn't get to see tasks completed, or things didn't go the way I necessary thought they should go. I didn't have full control of the outcomes of cases. I could provide support or different tools to families/individuals, but ultimately the outcome of a case was not decided by myself. Tuggle's Timber is an outlet where I do get to have control and see something finished how I envisioned it to from start to finish. It's a stress relieving outlet that I can't imagine life without at this point.

I get a lot of my inspiration in architecture, sweaters I see in public, old wall paper designs, or just random thing is See with hard shapes. I don't draw my designs or have a hard-set design I will be doing, usually a design starts with one element or concept I want to try and tackle and then I allow the natural shapes and angles take over the rest.  


​Thank you so much for stopping by. Feel free to shoot a message and i'd love to talk more about Tuggle's Timber, our goals, the process, or whatever you have questions about! I've said it a million times, but I'm blown away by the support and kind words we receive and I can't thank you enough. This whole journey has been super rad.


Thanks again,


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