My clients had a nice wide niche set into the side wall of their office. It was over 10′ wide and a foot deep. It offered space for a lot of needed storage, but all that shelf space would really be a distraction to their peace of mind with the clutter
Monthly Archives: April 2015
Month: April 2015
Most of my work incorporates mouldings. I love the rich detail they add. Often I need to make my own because the selection available for sale is so limited, especially in hardwood. I buy my lumber in the rough, it is dried in a kiln,but not smoothed or
I think turned boxes are wonderful, I love to handle them. They can be a challenge to make as there are a number of steps and the difference between success and failure is small. 01Gnarly Apple Wood02Inside the Gnarly Apple Log03Getting Rounder04050607
Featured today is one of those special pieces that really are just perfect! Everything came together so well, I consider it a little gem. It is cut from a very hard and fine grained piece of Pear wood that really holds the detail well and has taken an
Often it is the small things that make a project special. Here I am making wooden knobs for a small drawer. They are so pretty they beg to be touched.