While looking for my water main cutoff, I unearthed a secret ancient woodworking shop. Inside were many unfinished projects. This curious piece caught my eye. Now I'm not #IndianaJones but certainly this was destined to be a hanging bottle opener. I looked around, ensuring no one was looking. Once certain, I carefully picked this up and dashed away hoping it wasn't cursed. Back at the woodwerks werkshop I placed it on the bench, a strange energy eminating from it..........
Delivered these stunning cookie coffee tables today. These both look wonderful in their new home, and they also have a fantastic history. The tops came from the base of a red cedar tree that fell on the client's property during our last hurricane, and the legs are reclaimed western cedar cutoffs from the pergola they recently had built.
There’s a lot of detail to love in this Siberian Elm slab! This particular slab will make a coffee table and two end tables for a client. Every tree is unique which means that everything we create will be unique. A one of a kind piece that reflects our client’s individual story. #beunique#oneofakind#lovewhatyoudo
*Shine bright like a diamond*
After being cut down in the 1920’s, this piece of Pacific Yew has spent almost 100 years sitting in a barn collecting dust (and an amazing patina) just waiting for the chance to be turned into a beautiful display for your #glassybaby - Today - it sees sunshine again ... ready to go $225