This lovely table is part of an entire set of Cherry cabinetry and furniture that was made to mimic the existing cabinet work throughout the home. Good design, simple lines, and fine craftsmanship are all that is needed to create a restful oasis.
These hand crafted dovetails are just one feature of this individually made piece of furniture. Additional features include Mortise and Tenon joinery, and waxed wooden drawer slides.
Painted raised panel doors, with Black Walnut top. This client chose to utilize all green materials, which include naturally fallen woods and low VOC paint.
The rich color of the Walnut is complimented by the crisp white lines that follow the architectural details throughout the home.
This naturally fallen Walnut top was finished with several coats of conversion varnish to ensure a long life of beauty.
The homeowner's art is a perfect compliment to the rich character in the wood.
The drawer sides are made of another variety of Maple. This is Fumed Eastern Maple. The wood is enclosed in a chamber and smoked to saturate the material with the deep rich color throughout. The wonderful thing about working with this wood is the aroma it puts off while working. The workshop is filled with the scent of coffee, molasses, and chocolate.
This locally harvested Maple dresser was designed to accommodate the owners love of small drawers. This cabinet and it's matching pair are constructed with traditional joinery including Sliding Dovetails and Mortise and Tenons.
This highly figured wood is harvested locally and is filled with an endless amount of character.
This Shoe Storage Cabinet works with the bright and vivid colors in its future home. The natural edge top is a prized piece of Western Maple Burl that, when stained a bright color, successfully combines organic and modern. It has dye stain that penetrates deeply into the highly figured wood to "pop" the grain. The massive yet simple door pulls complete the piece perfectly.
The interior holds a solid 24 bottles of wine. Perfect for entertaining when you need to stage your fine libations after retreiving them from your cellar.
This wine rack was donated to a local charity for their annual gala. The cabinet incorporates clean lines with no visible hardware, etched glass, ebony toned maple exterior and recycled maple interior parts.
A large work surface makes this ADA compliant desk perfect for anyone. One of a kind Walnut handles provide contrast to the natural Maple tones.
This home office is designed to showcase all the the fun and whimsical art of the homeowner. Painstaking care was taken to find a color of wood stain that would compliment the bamboo floor.
With meticulous care, glass, mirrors, wood, marble, granite and steel can all work together as one big happy family.
This one of a kind mirror features inset tile that matches the exquisite tile work in the adjoining walk-in shower.
This Cherry Table features an open design to keep the small room spacious and airy. The slats on the bottom keep rolled bath towels nearby and accessible.
This built -in piece of furniture was the first of many for these clients. The deep rich red color is accented by the solid brass pulls.
The Quilted Maple mirror accompanies this piece to both open up the space visually, and offer an inviting place for the owner to display her jewelry.
When open, these contrasting drawers feature the finest drawer slides, and ease of use. The simple round knobs compliment the clean lines of the cabinet.
A commissioned hutch for a newborns' room. The clean, simple lines and bead-board match the decor of the house, while a lovely piece of figured Maple incorporates a touch of the Northwest. The white enamel insures durability in it's new home.
The fun and casual shaped brushed stainless steel knobs add to the clean lines that are created by the flush inset drawers.
This stool was made of salvaged Cherry. The wedged through Mortise and Tenons guarantee a life time of indestructible service. The legs are hickory with purple-heart wedges.
The black streak left by a rusty nail helps retain the effects of age, giving this new piece a touch of old world feel.
This solid Maple chair was rebuilt after being acquired in an unusable state. Several pieces of the chair were either missing or destroyed. The finish is a four part combination of dye, glaze, and tinted lacquer.
The gentle arch of the back is both elegant and very comfortable.
Simple lines are the theme of this old workhorse.