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The Story Behind the Etz-Ron Logo

Posted on July 5, 2017

When I upgraded my website, and I decided to create a new Etz-Ron logo.  Wood is my favorite material.  Textures are my passion, dynamic and always changing.  I wanted my logo to reflect this. Not surprisingly, my logo features a tree trunk in the form of a hand.  The hand symbolizes me working with my Continue Reading »


Posted on November 25, 2016

I am not a spiritual person, but I experienced a day of thanksgiving yesterday. We had a bit too much excitement here in Israel on Thursday (Thanksgiving) – most of the Carmel mountain in Haifa went up in flame, in almost an instant. 75000 people evacuated. That’s where my daughter and her family live. In Continue Reading »

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Elul Has Arrived – Thoughts for the New Year

Posted on August 27, 2016

I want to share some thoughts from my husband, Jack Gilron, on the upcoming holiday season: Elul Has Arrived – Taking Stock The month of Elul has arrived and with it the thoughts of the coming New Year and our need to take stock of how we have conducted ourselves in the past year. There Continue Reading »

Baby Time – Baby Co-Sleeper Keeps Baby Close

Posted on August 8, 2016

My second grandchild is soon to be born, and  my third is also on it’s way. Do you want  to be close to your newborn baby at night?  Do you know someone who would like this? A baby co-sleeper is the best way to keep baby close to you at night while keeping you comfortable Continue Reading »

Beer Sheva – City of the Future

Posted on July 13, 2016

My customers often ask me, “Where is Beer Sheva?”  Israelis from the center of the country ask, “Beer Sheva?” I have to admit that when my family relocated here I wondered the same thing!  We moved to Beer Sheva 22 years ago from a cosmopolitan area in the center of Israel.  At that time, the Continue Reading »

Revisiting Table to Table (Leket)

Posted on March 26, 2016

  Erasing Hunger – In the orchards with Table to Table Some years ago, on the day after Purim, my son, Yishai, and I traveled to the orchards of Ashkelon to join in a unique reawakening of the custom of gleaning. This volunteer event was sponsored by an organization called Table-to-Table, now called  Leket Israel. Continue Reading »


Dreaming Woodworking?: 3 Simple Steps to Make That “I Want to Do Woodworking” Dream Come True

Posted on February 7, 2016

Have you ever thought that you’d someday like to create beautiful art or furniture out of wood?  Do you dream about actually working with wood? Find out 3 simple steps to make your dream of working with wood come true. 1.Start small. Don’t splash out on expensive tools until you dabble a bit. Get a Continue Reading »

3 Ways to Tell If Your Furniture Is Made from Solid Wood

Posted on December 29, 2015

Solid wood is the gold standard of quality furniture.  Woods come in a myriad of beautiful colors that will deepen over the years creating patina,  and solid wood has structural strength. So how do you know if what you are looking at is solid wood?  Let’s say you’re in a furniture store checking out a Continue Reading »

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