Every single piece of furniture we create has a memorable story, this project is no different. It has a very special meaning not only to me, but my family as well. When the milling of the oak log began, I had visions of what it might look like, but I never imagined it would turn out the way … Continue reading An Uprooted Heirloom
It's been way too long since our last post, and now couldn't be a better time to make one. We recently finished up 2 incredible tables, both very unique in their own ways. The first is a Reclaimed Oak Farm House Table. Its amazing what you can build from wood that looks to be 'junk'. We … Continue reading Tables
I will try to make this as short and sweet as possible. It will be tough, because that is not how the build went. I was asked several months ago if I could build some bar stools that swivel to match some of the clients dining room chairs. I said Yes, of course, because I … Continue reading A New Challenge
We were actually able to snap some pictures during this build, so we decided to share the process with you. We ordered about twice as much wood as needed for this project so we could hand pick the best pieces to use for the top. First, all the boards were planed down and ripped to width. … Continue reading Raw Boards to the Boardroom
Whoa!! HOW is it already 2015!? It seems like just yesterday we were bringing our sweet baby girl, Ava, home from the hospital. She's still the sweetest, but also the most ornery, funniest little baby TODDLER! Not possible, right? This past year has been the best year of our lives!! We watched our daughter and business … Continue reading Building a Future
Our inventory of sample doors is GROWING!! We are able to offer a variety of woods and finishes. Below we have used Red Oak, Quarter Sawn Oak, Maple and Beech, but we are NOT limited to these woods. We have also used several different finishes ranging from a natural finish, glazed, distressed to … Continue reading Options, Options, OPTIONS!!
Now that all of drawers are assembled, its time to get to work on rail for the doors. I began by ripping all of the rails out for the doors and then running them through the shaper. Once that was complete, I glued up boards to make door panels. When they were dry, I cut … Continue reading Taking Shape
Well, the high for today is a whopping 42 degrees, which feels like a heat wave compared the the negative temperatures we experienced yesterday. Fortunately, we are lucky enough to work in a heated shop this time of year, summer will be another story, due to lack of a cooling system. I received a call … Continue reading New Arrival!!