In 2011 I started woodworking as a hobby and absolutely fell in love. Inspired by the craftsman style of the early 1900s, I began making frames, small pieces of furniture, and kitchen cabinets for my own home. Already a collector of antique furniture from the same period, I had an appreciation for the craftsmanship that went into each piece. In 2021 I took the leap to follow my dream and pursue woodworking full time. As my experience has grown so has my appreciation for other styles. I particularly enjoy working with old growth reclaimed lumber...wood that has a story. While I like the fact that I'm able to save something from going to the landfill, I love that the story of where the wood came from will live on in the pieces I create. My goal is to make pieces that last well beyond a lifetime in a timeless style that fit with almost any decor.
I hand select every piece of wood, paying close attention to the patterns of the grain and how they relate to the others around it. From there the wood is milled, cut to size, and then joined together using traditional mortise and tenon joinery. The finish process is done by hand, followed by a durable top coat that will last for many years to come.
One of the things I enjoy most about being a woodworker is collaborating with clients to create custom pieces. Whether it's a small custom frame to showcase a piece of fine art or a large bookcase to house a large book collection, each piece will get the same amount of detail and attention. Where applicable, we will create and submit 3D drawings for your approval. You will know exactly what your piece is going to look like before you commit to purchasing.
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