Storage benches made from vintage pine. One shipped to Brooklyn, one to Austin! These were ordered by my customers through my Etsy store. The pine is old sheathing salvaged in Durham. I used salvaged piano hinges and porch door and lamp chains as hardware. The design is my own, it originated when some neighbors asked … [Read more…]
This headboard was custom made for a client for his wife’s birthday. He came out to the shop and we selected the wood and discussed the design together.
Spice/ Display racks made from a collection of salvaged drawers out of vintage kitchen cabinets and furniture. This is a five piece batch made from a variety of dumpster-dived and curb-picked drawers from the Durham area.
This is a pair of media tables made from 100 year old oak barn flooring with rusty metal pipe legs. They measure 5′ wide x 32″ high X 15″ deep, a custom order for Chapel Hill clients. The oak is out of a barn in Cedar Grove, NC, compliments of the Eno river Association. These … [Read more…]
These were conceived as little kid stools that can be carried around and used as a seat or stool, They could also be kitchen/ pantry step stools. I made a batch of four out of antique bead board and wainscoting. Cute, rustic, functional, and fun colors and textures too!
Made for the Eno River Association’s 50th gala and auction. This 54″ rustic bench is made from a tongue and groove heart pine plank that was part of the fireplace surround in the farm house at Confluence.
A custom headboard made in a sort of quilted style, using a mix of cool salvaged wood pieces with a variety of colors and textures in a solid field with staggered seams. It’s made primarily from oak and yellow pine. Some of the pine was treated with steel wool and vinegar stain. The oak is … [Read more…]
This piece was custom made for a client in Pennsylvania. They wanted a white bookshelf and I don’t paint or do faux finishes, Fortunately I had a variety of white salvaged wood bits in my shop! The bookcase top is a shelf that I dumpster-dived on Ottawa Street in Durham from a 1920’s house that … [Read more…]