PROJECT DETAILS This table and bench were made from an oak tree killed in the Cedar Fire 2003. I left a small burned part on one of the legs to show the fire damage. This is from the native Southern California tree, probably an Engelmann Oak. It is full of wild figure, beeswing, curl […]
PROJECT DETAILS A client wanted a desk/bookcase for a young grandson that could be add ons and faux painting that went with a circus theme, but the details could be easily changed as the child grew older. 22”x94”x86”
PROJECT DETAILS This client had already furnished her home with several “Moroccan” styled pieces and thought that a custom desk in the same style would fit right in. This low desk is in an “L”layout and holds computers, printers and a piano keyboard. The desk is African mahogany and carved in “chip carving” designs. 72”x72”x25” […]
PROJECT DETAILS These cabinets and island are part of a craftsman kitchen. The large hutch in the back is also a California Cooler in that it is vented from the basement, through the shelves and out the top. These two pieces were done natural to look like old furniture, but the rest of the […]
PROJECT DETAILS These two sets of custom doors were made for a Spanish Revival home. The arched ones needed to fit an existing opening and the bifolds were to hide the laundry machines. African mahogany.
PROJECT DETAILS Here the clients wanted a stepped Tansu style cabinet, but wanted it to be somewhat more interpretive. . For the doors I used one continuous piece of ash veneer and framed the boxes in Santos mahogany. The pulls are actually a craftsman style. 84”x20”x52”
PROJECT DETAILS The Client wanted a wall of bookcases built in, but didn’t want to change out the five existing windows. The two end units recess into the window frames and allow the light to come through. This makes for a unique display area for artwork or plants. African Mahogany 144”x94”xl4”
PROJECT DETAILS The owner wanted craftsman’s style railings to go with the house, but also wanted the design to be more contemporary. Tropical American Mahogany and poplar.
PROJECT DETAILS This bar/Hutch cabinetry was build in a remodeled home. The style is like craftsman, but with some modern updates. The center part is a pass through to the kitchen. Walnut stained mahogany. 140”x96”x25’
PROJECT DETAILS The clients in this house had an open 60’s house with original mahogany paneling. They wanted a complimentary wood for their kitchen. We chose a sequential cut spanish cedar, slip matched for dramatic effect.