Nevaeh Creates is a quality woodworking and epoxy design studio in Vero Beach Florida. We create a wide variety of products that add to the aesthetics of your residential and commercial spaces. Our products are an investment you can pass down for generations to come. Whether you are searching for functional pieces like cutting boards, coasters, or tables, or decorative pieces such as driftwood sculptures, farmhouse signs, or wall art. We have the one-of-a-kind pieces you are looking for.
Our company owner’s extensive culinary background helped lay the basis for her woodworking hobby and business. She was and Executive Chef for 18 years and spent 11 years in the culinary sector as a manufacture representative. Learning about form, function, and design of culinary products, and how to display food has been a common thread throughout Michelle’s career. Michelle has been able to take that eye for design and display, and apply it uniquely to her wood working and epoxy creations.
Nevaeh Creates recently built studio is located in Western Vero Beach Florida, situated on a picturesque dirt road in old citrus farm country. This building houses our office, showroom, epoxy room, and woodworking shop. Please schedule a visit to meet the owner, take a tour, and see our current inventory of products for sale. To book an appointment simply call or e-mail us. Check out our “Inquire page” for all our contact info.
Michelle Wood Nevaeh is the owner-operator of Nevaeh Creates, and yes, the middle name Wood was given to her at birth. Call it fate, or call it cosmic inevitability, but whatever you call it, Michelle was born to take on woodworking as a profession. Whether it was drawing, photography, or a handcrafted project, Michelle has been working with her hands since childhood. In high school, Michelle took jobs working in the hospitality industry where she found her love of the culinary arts. Michelle went to the local community college for hotel and restaurant management before departing for the distinguished Culinary Institute of America in New York. There, she was classically trained in the culinary arts. Then, she spent the next 18 years in most every role in restaurants and hotels, including the premier spot of executive chef.
“Art, is love made public.”