A treatment table for an osteopath (for a great osteopath btw..) reflecting the knee bone connected to the hip bone etc. Maple and Walnut, adjustable height.
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Swedish Superstore® Assembly Service
The name says it all. We do the planning together. I get the cabinets. I assemble the boxes, with added strengthening for longevity. I install on your site. Dress it up with other elements if you choose to – solid wood slab tops, decorative end panels, custom doors and fronts – voilà, the disguise is […]
Drop by for a quick fix…
The title says it all – if you need a shelf cut to length, or an extra wood piece for something, or you’re missing a hinge or hardware item – drop by. Often small fixes can be done right away, at least they’ll be looked at and then done very soon. Don’t like disappointment? Then […]
Here’s a recent piece, for a friend who does fabulous graphic design work – the wood tray pulls out and then tilts down to accept a drawing tablet or laptop – by eliminating the usual metal hardware, we were able to get a work surface without a lip protruding above , and still have about […]
Slab top table
This is included here as a reminder to me: how is it that such a simple thing requires so many steps? The idea was to build the simplest 3 legged base, without detailed joinery, and without having the slab nearby – so mortising the legs directly into the slab wouldn’t do….. 2″ live-sawn Claro Walnut […]
This banquette is shown on account of the semi-exploded view, showing the number of parts often found in a simple looking piece. In this case, the banquette has a live-sawn Walnut top, wormy Maple for the carcass, and 2 drawers within, running length-wise, for table linens, etc.
1st three photos: These doors are hinged, not sliding shoji screens, some of a series, in different rooms within a house. Curly soft Maple, Lucite (thence Modern), with antique Eastlake hinges supplied by the client. Livos oil finish, imbedded magnets as closers. Installed as closet doors, 10 feet high, they can be dis-assembled to replace […]
A coin collection
This is a not-so-small project for storing and displaying a coin collection. 1st and second photos: The prior starting point was to restore and rebuild a set of printer’s typeface storage cabinets, incorporating a U-shaped wall to wall desk with live-sawn White Oak tops. Placeholders for coins-yet-to-come, 1200 pieces in Baltic Birch, in 4 […]