GALLERY

Examples of my work:

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Many examples of custom furniture below:

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Custom charcuterie boards.  Any color you want.  Various woods and epoxy colors used.

$250 each

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Here's a beautiful Epoxy River Table using Granadillo.  The epoxy is a mixture of Avacodo, pearl white and black dimond colors.

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Double waterfall coffee table made from Grandillo, the wood that sings.  

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This is a computer desk I built using figured Hickory.  The legs are flat black aluminum. The "Bowtie" is used for decoration only.

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Live edge sofa table made for a raffle at Burlingame Country Club for Community Partnership for Pets.  This was made from Grandillo. "the wood that sings" and white oak.  Details include mortise and tenon joinery and black walnut accent wedge.  I also added blue metallic epoxy to fill a crack

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Custom kitchen table in Tiger Wood Maple. This is the wood the colonials used for gun stocks. Simply beautiful!

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Black walnut end table.  Custom designed for our living room.  The drawers have hand cut dovetail joints.

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Simple walnut waterfall coffee table for a client

Red Oak suitcase stands with angled legs. Perfect for guests smaller suitcases and also serves as a place to sit.

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Bathtub tray in black walnut and red oak with a "bowtie" to prevent the split in the wood from expanding.

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"Tailgate" size Cornhole games with Burlingame Logo

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Custom laundry room organizer in 3/4 inch plywood built to clients specs and painted to room color.

This side desk was 5 1/2 inches too short, so I added the apron and false drawers and matched the wood.  The piece of Red Oak in the front was cut so the grain matched perfectly all along the face.

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Custom End Grain cutting boards.  This one in maple and walnut.  The end grain allows the knife edge to slip between the grain, keeping your knives sharper much longer.

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One of my first projects upon moving to North Carolina.  Every shop needs a good desk. This was constructed with red oak and black walnut.  No screws or bolts...entirely mortise and tenon joinery.

Burlingame Country Club asked me to make frames for some movie posters that they wanted to hang in a media room.  I stained them a dark brown.

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This is a coffee table I built with another craftsman for a benefit auction.  Live Edge spalted maple.

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My wife and I installed shiplap in our living room and hand made all of the door and window trim. Shiplap can really enhance the look of a room or entryway.

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If you've got a hard to reach base cabinet, I can install sliding drawers that make it a breeze to access the important stuff.

Dartboard cabinet built from red oak and black walnut.  

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