Thursday, July 30, 2009

Side Table

This side table was constructed from scrap pieces of iron wood decking. It is priced at $800.

Color Studies in Acrylic Paint

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Stalactite in Ceder

This example of the Stalactite series is done in ceder. The gorgeous end grain of the ceder deck posts gives the tables surface an varied and interesting quality. It is priced at $600.

Monday, July 6, 2009

A Thinkers Stool

A thinkers stool is a simple yet elegant peace of wood working. The four supports of the A-Frame legs are reclaimed ruff-cut timber framing with finely sanded, flush mounted Oak slats finished with natural Linseed oil which creates a structure of contrasting textures. The stools seat is one old slab of Oak similarly finished. It is priced at $400

Slate Outdoor Coffee Table

This outdoor coffee table is inspired minimalism. One 2" thick piece of blue stone makes up the table surface. The legs are 4"x4" red wood deck posts notched out to fit snugly in place. There is no permanent bond between the wood and stone so the legs can be arranged in any way.

Sunday, July 5, 2009

Sushi Table

The Sushi Table is a low slung coffee table built out of reclaimed scrap wood with two peaces of blue stone for legs. It is finished with natural Linseed oil.

Saturday, July 4, 2009


Stalactite is a side table made up of 1-1/2" teak deck rails arranged in such a way as to emulate the dripping stalactites of a cave on it's underside. Hidden in the table top is a small storage compartment of coasters. It is priced at $1400.