Farmhouse table with steel legs and a rivet feature, to match the existing style of the house. Octagonal cut was also done to match the shape of the dining area.
Existing structure. I installed a recycled corrugated tin roof, made a rectangular iron chandelier, and a lovely redwood slab to sit atop some old barrels. Belly up to the new outdoor bar!
This is a Tunisian Window Guard that I deconstructed and redesigned to be a chandelier. Features hanging pendant lighting as well as a bed of bulbs. Shutters used as the canopy with added elements of height. Hung with chain.
This is a bathroom mirror overlay to an existing stock construction mirror. The wood is refurbished wine barrel staves with deep natural purples and reds. Mitre cuts in the corners and old hinges as the corner hardware.
This is a mirror wall art installation I made from a Tunisian Window Guard. Window wings still operate for different looks.
One of my favorites. A large dining room chandelier created from a Tunisian Window Guard base. Multiple elements used to create height, canopy and lighting. Hung with chain and installed with dimmer switch.
This is the second in a pair of gabion style benches I made for a backyard installation. I LOVE them! Redwood slabs, cut to size, processed and prepped with teak oil and spar varnish. Gabion cages filled with large noyo cobble. Super unique!
Who doesn’t need rustic bar?! Made with rusted corrugated tin and old redwood posts, with a doug fir top.
This is one of a pair of gabion style benches I made for a backyard installation. I LOVE them! Redwood slabs, cut to size, processed and prepped with teak oil and spar varnish. Gabion cages filled with large noyo cobble. Super unique!
Kitchen island. The butcher block existed, but was decades old and it showed. I did a full refurbishing of the block and finished with food grade oils/wax. The legs I built custom using Beech wood for a strong sturdy but beautiful finish.
Barrels! I’ve made several different barrel sets, all with a different look and feel. Some have 24” or 30” tops. Used as cocktail tables, outdoor furniture, plant pedestals, and food service furniture.
This is a set of chandeliers I made from deconstructed old iron window cages. Hung with rusted chain and installed on a commercial property. Would be great for a deck or outdoor pavilion.
Majestic 14 foot banquet table. Amazing redwood slab. Legs made from wood but I wrapped the in flattened corrugated tin for a more rustic look and feel.