We design and build furniture to your exacting specifications, and specialize in the use of unusual, reclaimed or eclectic materials. We've often found a great place for stuff that our sister company, Pioneer Millworks finds on their travels, be it a fine piece of French quartersawn oak recovered from an old wine vat, reclaimed Australian Jarrah or just some old industrial hardware. We've also utilized materials recovered from clients' home sites, and of course we work with run of the mill materials like wenge, merbau, walnut and cherry.
Custom finish Maple bunk beds, painted Pine tongue and groove with Douglas Fir timbers and stairs
Teak outdoor kitchenette
Custom dining room table and chairs.
Reclaimed American Gothic Beech Bed Frame and Side Table
Built-in desk and shelves made of Douglas Fir with Walnut top
Reclaimed Settlers' Plank Mix
Stained Cherry Bed Frame, Headboard, and Cupboards
Walnut High Top Table
Walnut Bar Cart
When a client came to us with an inspiration photo for a bar cart, we were able to customize it to fit their home. This one-of-a-kind walnut bar cart with antique casters is their vision come to life.
Walnut top table features butterfly joinery with a trestle base of reclaimed Hemlock
Reclaimed American Gothic Beech Desk
Reclaimed from wool mills in Australia, the Jarrah used to craft this dresser offers density and color unmatched by our local hardwoods.
Maple Bedframe, Cupboards, and Cabinets
Communal tables crafted of reclaimed hardwoods for BankUnited in Florida.
Reclaimed Douglas fir dining table with hand wiped oil finish comfortably seats eight.
Grandmas Attic softwoods crafted into bar and cabinetry for the game room.
Slabs of claro walnut were crafted together maintaining live edges from the trunk and root area of the tree creating a very large family dining table.
Reclaimed jarrah was used to create this platform bed and side table/drawers.
Live edges allow each of the three walnut end tables crafted for Faywood Farm in Kentucky to be unique, yet congruent.