This was made for my brother-in-law who served in the Navy for over 20 years. Made with 4/4 cherry. 12″ long and 7″ deep and 5″ tall. Slots set at 20 degrees. Finished with polyurethane. What is a challenge coin? Read More
I built and sold this cutting board made from reclaimed hickory taken from a barn here in Wisconsin. 1.5″ thick 9″ wide 14.5″ long
Rustic coffee table made entirely of construction lumber. 2×6, 2×4, and 1×4. Assembled with simple pocket hole construction and finished with an ‘espresso’ stain with three coats of lacquer. Overall Dimensions Width: 48″ Depth: 27.5″ Height: 17″
This table is made from scrap 1×4 pine boards and 1×1 poplar for the legs. The drawer is made from an older cabinet that was being disassembled.
This desk is 30″ tall and 38″ wide. It is made from salvaged 2 x 6 and 2 x 4 pieces. Sanded and finished with Dark Walnut Danish Oil.
I made this cutting from maple planks taken from an old barn. Trimmed down and they make a beautiful cutting board.
I made this table for my daughter. Made from old pine boards. Bombay Mahogany finish by Minwax
Coffee table is made from the trim of the old doors we’ve replaced. The top is the 6″ wide casings and the apron is made from the trim. The legs are two pieces of trim glued together. The piece has Read More
Made from hickory, purple heart, and maple. 1.5″ thick, 15″ wide and 9.5″ deep. Rounded over edges with a finger groove on the bottom for easy grabbing. Wiped down with Butcher Block Oil.
Using a 5 panel door from old home, we trimmed the edges to square and stripped the clear coat finish, sanded, and applied a darker stain. Once the stain dried, we applied a barn red craft-barrel paint and rubbed and Read More
Measuring four foot wide and two feet deep, this potting bench has given us plenty of room to pot, re-pot, etc… multiple plants. This unit is made from treated pine 2×4’s and 2×6’s. The pattern is borrowed from Kreg Tools.
We converted this 5 panel door into a headboard for our king size bed. Method: The edge where the hinges were mounted was trimmed to a smooth edge. The top and bottom were measured to equal lengths and trim to Read More
Wood taken from the door casings and jams in our 1921 home was used to construct this table. When we purchased our home in 2006 there were 3 variations of trim throughout the house. Wanting to bring uniformity to our Read More