LANDMARK, Ark. (KTHV) - In a warehouse in Landmark, Arkansas, Sunset Hardwoods houses some of the finest wood in the world.
"I've got 123 different species," owner Rick Rowland said.
It's a handyman's haven from the moment you walk in.
"They'll walk in the door and say, 'man it smells good in here,' I'm so used to it. I don't smell it," Rowland said.
He's been working with wood for 50 to 60 years. The showroom offers woods from the everyday to the unique.
The wood is shipped in from around the world. The wood shop then cuts the wood just feet away. They make trim for the Rockefellers homes and cabinets for Dassault Falcon Jet.
Rowland even built a cutting board for Ed Buckner.
They have scraps for custom jobs that you can buy very cheap and use to make a custom gift for dad.