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Square Nail. 4680 N. Clark, Chicago . 773-907-4022   

4860 N Clark St
Chicago, IL, 60640
United States

847-338-9866

Square Nail is a boutique furniture store in Andersonville Chicago, dedicated to creating unique designs from reclaimed materials. They take their name from the antique nails they pull from the wood.

Founded by two Chicago-bred brothers Mike and Dan Wynne, Square Nail sources wood such as walnut, white & red elm, oak, and pine from knocked- down and abandoned barns. The knotty, warped, nail-punctured boards, brings appreciated beauty and personality to each piece they create. Other found materials such as copper tubing, rusted metal, copper plates, and aluminum dragons add history and texture into their work.

Collaborating with a stain glass artist, hand wood turner, and iron welder you can find an assortment of lamps, benches, tables, butcher blocks, kitchen islands, vanities, vases, stained glass windows, mirrors and frames. All items are unique designs that range from clean & sleek to rustic & heavy.

But one of the most unique aspects of Square Nail is that it is divided into showroom and woodshop. While they have created a number of pieces to demonstrate skill and generate ideas, at Square Nail they would love to work with you to create a custom piece. Everything is done onsite and the customer can be involved in every step of the process.

 

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Square Nail is a boutique furniture store in Andersonville Chicago, dedicated to creating new designs from reclaimed materials. With a shared storefront that doubles as the workshop and the showroom, they are able to create anything you can imagine for your home, office or business space.

Founded by two Chicago-bred brothers Mike and Dan Wynne, Square Nail sources wood such as walnut, white & red elm, oak, and pine from knocked- down and abandoned barns. The knotty, warped, often nail-punctured boards, bring appreciated beauty and personality to each piece they create. Other found materials such as copper tubing, rusted metal, and copper plates, add history and texture into their work.

Collaborating with a stain glass artist, hand wood turner, and an iron welder, you can find an assortment of lamps, benches, tables, butcher-blocks, kitchen islands, vanities, vases, stained glass windows, mirrors and frames. All items are uniquely designed and range from the clean & sleek, to the rustic & heavy.

But one of the most unique aspects of Square Nail is that it is divided into showroom and woodshop. While they have created a number of pieces to demonstrate skill and generate ideas, at Square Nail they love to work with their customer to create a collabrative, custom piece. Everything is done onsite and the customer can be involved in every step of the process.