Historical Craftsmanship Award | 2007 Western Design Conference, Jackson, Wyoming
Shepherd Wagons have been a colorful part of the western landscape since the 1880s when large bands of sheep fed on the abundant grass and sagebrush of mountainous regions. During the yearly grazing cycle, sheep and their herders often moved hundreds of miles from the winter range of lower elevations to the mountain summer range.
Sedar Ayres Wagon Co. uses reclaimed wood from historical structures to create a feel of authenticity. Each wagon is inspired by history, but is also a unique reflection of its owner’s imagination.
Wagon interiors are finished with antique or modern furnishings. While the original sheep herders made do with utilitarian items, Sedar Ayres Wagon Co. offers the luxury of plump feather beds and crisp organic linens for that extra guest room.