Donald Fields founded Wood Accents in 1984. For over 30 years he has handcrafted superior quality wood products using domestic and exotic hardwoods. Donald captures the magnificent characteristics of wood in forms we can appreciate everyday. We can enjoy Wenge and Birdseye Maple in our mantle clock or Walnut and Brazilian Cherry in our toast tongs. The beauty of wood radiates from absolutely every piece.
Wood Accents acquires imported woods from renewable resources and recycled materials. Woods are imported from around the world including Pink Ivory Wood from South Africa and Amarillo from South America. Many of the domestic hardwoods such as Maple, Oak, Apple, Cherry and Mulberry come from Maine sources.
All size measurements are approximations. Due to the nature of handcraftsmanship, each piece is unique and may vary in size.
Wood Accents is a member of the Society of Southern Maine Craftsmen and frequently appears at many of the guild's shows. His work has been sold in craft shops and galleries in New England in addition to stores as far away as Tokyo, Japan.
Founded in 1968, The Society of Southern Maine Craftsmen is a non-profit, juried craft organization for Maine craftsmen who are seriously committed to producing quality handmade products.
Wood Accents is a member of the United Maine Craftsmen and frequently appears at many of the guild's shows.
United Maine Craftsmen is a non-profit membership organization founded in 1969 to promote Maine artists by providing opportunities for marketing, education and collaboration.