This dining table was inspired by a blowdown on the clients Big Sur, California property. The original rough milled top measured 4" x 44" x 16 feet, likely coming from a tree over 6 feet in diameter. It took over 2 years to dry at my shop in a custom created drying chamber. What an honor to work with a piece of lumber like this!
Redwood + Tanbark Oak Display Cabinet
This display cabinet blends two species that grow together on the California coast.
Dovetailed teak drawer with custom pull.
Cherry display cabinet with spalted alder door panels.
Spalted alder dining chair
Custom cherry kitchen.
Cherry and yellow cedar bed detail
interlocking joint connecting the footboard and sideboards of this custom bed.
Repurposed Meranti Bed
This bed was commissioned by a client who had salvaged an old deck made with a mahogany species.
Kulshan Conference Table
Created with 800+ year old slabs of local douglas fir, glass, aluminum and seastones right outside of my studio. This piece is available for public viewing at the Holiday Inn near the Bellingham airport.
My client brought me a couple nice slabs of Padouk wood. His only request was for me to build 2 benches.
Willow's Inn dining room table.
This commission can seat up to 12. Two channels running the length of the table contain stones from the beach across from my studio. The channels are open ... feel free to take a stone ... as long as you leave something!
Shop made teak door pulls
Dining Table Top
Local fiddleback maple and sea stones.
Cherry and yellow cedar bed
Two of my favorite North American woods. Black cherry from the eastern US and vertical grain yellow cedar from the temperate rainforests of western Canada. What a pleasure to combine these two contrasting woods!
Alder table base with wedged Koa tenons
Wall of alder cabinetry
Black walnut serving tray ...
turned on lathe with additional carved edge detail
Cherry map cabinet
Sapelli bar edge
Redwood slab dining room table base
6x6 Alder dovetail box
Custom rosewood pull
Uisca Irish Pub, Bellingham
I created this mahogany bar in 2007.
Douglas Fir display cabinet
Douglas fir, aluminum, glass and sea stone conference table.
Sapelle box and live edge maple bench with metal base