With a shared love of midcentury modern design, Bob and Shelby Warwood wanted to craft an eye-catching serving platter that would have fit just as well in Don Draper’s home as in a modern farmhouse in Bouldin Creek. Based in East Austin, the husband-and-wife team combined Bob’s woodworking skills with Shelby’s background in design to create Warwood Made, a distinctive line of home decor and accessories that pairs functionality with high-concept design. For their signature boards, the duo designed a prototype with an arched shape and aesthetically pleasing grooves that capture crumbs. They utilize a CNC machine to make each piece out of maple, cherry, or walnut, all of which are finished in their natural hue. “I’m very anti-stain,” Bob explains. “Staining is used to make a cheaper wood look more expensive.” The brand also shapes wood into Puukko knife handles that are paired with blades made by master blacksmiths in Japan. Shop home accents like their Small Rainbow Arch Serving Board (pictured in Cherry, $ 80) at warwoodmade.com.