Category archives for Chairs
PROJECT DETAILS Traditionally this bench would have used seamed oak for the arm/back, but when making it in walnut, I used epoxy laminations for strength. 24”x48”x44”
PROJECT DETAILS These were part of a group of furnishings made for a Lutheran Church in La Jolla Calif. White Oak 28”x30”x48”.
PROJECT DETAILS This was one of my first rocking chairs. The original design came off of a very small “ladies” rocker that I made for a client. I liked it so much that I decided to redesign it and scale it larger. There were 7 back slats and the one in the center always hit […]
PROJECT DETAILS This Spanish Mission bench is made from incense cedar killed by the Cedar Fire in 2003. The frame is stained dark with the seat natural color and is held together with large iron “clavos” nails. 84”x22”x42” — $2300
PROJECT DETAILS A few years ago I built this bench and the client recently asked if I could make a gazebo cover and table to go with it. The bench and table are made of cypress and the gazebo is cedar. 110”x54”x98”
PROJECT DETAILS This is my most popular chair. The slats across the seat and back are fixed on one end only allowing them to spring into your body. Plans to build this rocker are available through American Furniture Design and are taught at the American sycamore retreat in Indianapolis, (See links page). 27”x29”x46” — $6,400
PROJECT DETAILS This is one of my favorite pieces; I’ve made many over the years. All of the critical fitting dimensions were taken from my Windsor design, but the overall form is totally modern. This chair is in curly maple, but I have also made them in walnut and California acacia (like koa). Sometimes I […]