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It's done!!!! After nearly a year of waiting, it's done. I made the first rough drawing of this piece in September of 2007. Presented it to the boss (my lovely wife) and began construction almost immediately. With much fanfare, pomp and progress, the piece was moving forward nicely until I broke my arm in a gruesome mountain bike accident in November of the same year. After fighting winter and lack of ambition, I completed this work of art on September 29, 2008. First in a long line of original works, this flagship piece is sure to please

The Hall / Mudroom Bench

For lack of a better name, this combination Hall / Mudroom bench is rightly named. Niether one or the other, but a combination of both. We think they work well together, don't you? It's solid red oak construction and cedar rear and drawer panels, give the bench a premium feel that can only be found in the furniture that I produce. Perfectionism and attention to detail plus the evidence of hand workmanship, make this one of a kind work of art absolutely timeless. more>>

Some of my other projects are listed below. Take your time... I hope you enjoy the projects as much as I enjoyed building them.

The Mantle Project When we landed at our current residence, the fireplace mantle was nothing more than a single brick sticking halfway out of a solid brick wall. This did not bode well with the boss. I was tasked with the mission of creating a space where stockings could be hung along with other assorted visual causeri... more>>>

The Coffee Table As it happens, in my happy marriage, sometimes you just have to do what the boss wants. If she wants it, she gets it. I am constantly shown pictures, dragged into stores, and bombarded with requests to build anything and everything. Since the entertainment center was this way, so let the coffee table be also. more>>

The Mission Floor Lamp After months of searching and researching a lamp that would be fitting of our humble abode, I decided the best way to have what we want, was to build my own. I liked the shade from this one, and the base from that one, and the bulbs from that unit over there. So I went to shop and came back with this....more>>

The Entertainment Center Believe it or not, this was my first project with the new tools. Why start small? Go for the gold. Be a hero. Pain heals, chicks dig scars, glory last forever. Of course it took me a year to determine what stained glass I wanted in the doors. Sometimes it's just better to be sure before you get crazy. I never saw the completed project until we moved it in. more>>

The Barrister Bookcase I just couldn't stand it any more. I wanted to build something I wanted, so I did. I have always loved the traditional barrister bookcase. Most originals are too small for todays publications or too dark in color. I needed to make one to fit my needs, not one that my needs had to be changed to accommodate. more>>

The Dining Table Ask and you shall receive. Some men buy things to apease, some substitue jewels, some men go shopping on game day. I build furniture. It works for me. When the princess demands more space, what's a prince to do...but build a dining table that seats ten when she's not looking. I love my job! I like surprises even better. more>>

The Mission SideBoard Once again, no good deed goes unpunished. I get the usual " Honey, do you think you could build one of these?" She already knows the answer. So let it be written, so let it be done. Your wish is my command, I will build something that you want, but, I'm going to take artistic license when I can.. more>>

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