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Osborne Wood Products Celebrates 40th Anniversary


This year, Osborne Wood Products celebrates forty years of supplying the remodeling, cabinetry and furniture trades with high-quality, unfinished decorative wood, acrylic, and industrial components, as well as hardware.

Osborne Wood’s humble origins trace back four decades to when Leon and Janice Osborne began manufacturing wood furniture components in their garage and selling them through a local country co-op. Since those days, the company’s offerings have grown substantially. And today, it occupies a cutting-edge, 80,000 square-foot manufacturing and distribution facility in Toccoa, Georgia that is fully equipped with state-of-the-art CNC woodworking equipment.

As a family-owned business, Osborne separates itself from the competition with a culture of caring for each customer. This is evident in the high level of personal assistance and customer support provided.

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“It gives me great pride to join Osborne Wood employees, clients and business partners in celebrating the company’s 40th anniversary,” says CEO Leon Osborne. “We have come a long way since we started the business, and I look forward to building on our tradition of innovation and excellence for years to come.”

Osborne offers over 1,500 SKUs through, with some components available in up to 15 wood species. Customers can quickly, conveniently and securely order island posts, table legs, corbels, moldings, cabinet feet, furniture feet, pilasters, on-lays, chair legs, vanity legs, table slides, table aprons/bases and furniture kits, as well as other wood and metal decorative components.

Osborne is efficient: 92% of shipments are executed same day! Volume discounts are available to the trade and hobbyists alike. Products are offered in hard maple, walnut, red birch, hickory, and mahogany as well as traditional oak, cherry, soft maple, alder and pine. Osborne Wood Products also specializes in custom millwork services for unique project needs, and custom quotes are provided free of charge.

Osborne’s Trade Partner Program for professional woodworkers requires no joining fee, and it immediately benefits customers with an introductory discount that increases dramatically as the volume of annual purchases grows. While there are no requirements for minimum orders, volume orders are eligible for deep discounts.

“I sincerely thank the many people who have trusted us with their business over the years,” says Mr. Osborne. “We don’t take our responsibility lightly, and we’re honored that you continue to choose us for your wood component needs”.


Osborne Wood Products, Inc.
800 849 8876

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