I found this rusty drain cover in the Confluence barn. It looked like a pig face to me.
Vintage foosball guy in a field of corn near Nashville?
This is the fourth in a series of benches made from curb – picked chairs. Of the other three, one resides in Durham, another in Cary, and the third is at The Haw River Ballroom in Saxapahaw.
I made this solo duck on a background of blue painted pine salvaged at Confluence, a really unusual and beautiful old blue color. The duck is made from 1920s pine flooring and a caster off of a salvaged piece of antique furniture. The beak is a railroad spike tip I framed the piece with thin strips of oak barn wood part of … [Read more…]
A batch of my popular railroad spike birds made in November 2015.
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 sweet storage bench was custom made for Jesus and Clara of Durham NC. It features a 13″ wide tongue and groove heart pine plank for the seat and 12″ 100 year old southern yellow pine face and back.