True joy isn't finding what you're looking for, but rather the search itself -- hence the ubiquitous chorus "There ain't no party like a search party, because a search party don't stop!". From a couple of dudes on the lookout for wood, Greenfoot Furniture.
The timber-child of a pair of veteran carpenters who met while working in antique restoration, Greenfoot crafts home furnishings out of materials reclaimed from locales as common as wooden fences, or as exotic as strip clubs -- a process they describe as akin to treasure hunting, and not just because it sometimes ends with bountiful chests. The latest finds/redesigns include a cedar-bordered ash table inlaid with a speckled picture-stone, mirrors framed with pallet-sourced oak planks or pine/roasted birch, and an ornamental frame sized for a vinyl record out of long-leaf pine, as it takes a sizable leaf to cover a 12-incher. More showcases of your good taste include a 3-level asymmetrically divided bookshelf made of Douglas Fir and Long-leaf from a 1940s Burnet home, and a rich red-toned cedar half-cabinet with an onyx sun-design they suggest would make a great mini-bar, so next time the Wizard of Oz cast pops over you can all get Roaded.
Greenfoot is available for custom jobs if you have a specific piece in mind, or even if you've reclaimed some lumber on your own -- though be careful where you procure it from, or someone will very much enjoy looking for you.