The Balancing Wine Holders are handmade from various salvaged woods from local businesses and people in my community. The Birch was scrap at a snowboard factory, where it was once destined to be made into the core of the snowboard. The Paduak, a hardwood from Africa, was leftover from a residential project.
Eight-foot long picnic tables and doggie Bliss
One of my favorite projects.
This maple slab made a beautiful coffee table with minimalist hairpin legs.
Class up your serving game with this river table serving tray. The "river" is epoxy uniquely pigmented to reflect the Elwha River where I've spent many days.
Wood is locally-sourced curly maple with some spalting. Elegant handles are made of brushed nickel. Finished with Rubio Monocoat so it is very resistant to any stains.
Shop in my Etsy shop.
This is a one part of the three part set. Two end tables and coffee table. Made completely from locally milled and sourced spalted maple.
This coffee table is one part of a three part set, coupled with two matching end tables