This is made from walnut. The back is onyx backlit with LED's.
This is a perfect example of customization. The table could have been purchased from a retailer. However the size needed was not available. So we made one to fit the clients required dimentions.
Simple black iron pipe and wood supports. The shelf could be anything. We used a snowboard.
Made with rough cut oak (painted silver), brass and copper sheet.
Recycled window sash, antiqued mirror, rough sawn oak (painted and sanded), and old valves to hang decorations.
Cherry cabinets, pine shelves, and stone surround.
In this bathroom remodel the floor had to be replaced to support the tile. We reused the wood to build these doors. Looks amazing up close. Due to the ceiling height one door is on hinges and the other is on the rail.
After a remodel the old built-in was left dismantled (not by us). We cleaned up the design and rebuilt the cabinet.
When remodeling the first floor of this home we needed a good way to divide rooms and have room for storage. This was the perfect solution for hanging backpacks, coats, and setting shoes/boots.
Shiplap pine, pine slab bench, and recycled plumbing for hangers.
Old board, douglas fir legs, and black iron pipe supports
Kids snowboard, Douglas fir legs, and black iron pipe supports
Rough sawn cherry with natural finish. The hangers are recycled copper and valves.
I made this from cardboard, paint, rivets, pvc fittings, and old toy lighting.
We made this for a basement we finished. Notice the corrugated metal on the ceiling.
This is a personal favorite we used in a salon. Recycled roofing tin, rough cut pine shelving with black iron pipe supports. Looks amazing in person.