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Wine cellar & theater

Arched front porch

Ambrosia maple sofa table

This large kitchen hood is made from cherry with steel accent strapping.

Dark cherry kitchen hood with metal strapping

This kitchen island is a tasty treat with a cherry on top. It is finished with Waterlox and has a beautiful glow.

Cherry countertop

I jumped on the chance to make this factory cart bench, after having sold more than 200 carts. All of the lumber was either from the original cart or salvaged from other antique carts.

Factory cart bench

My uncle said to do whatever I wanted on this one, and I did. This spalted maple log wasn't wide enough to make a one-piece top, so I made a three-piece top with curved slabs. The top is shaped like a football with the ends squared off. A glass insert in the middle will finish off the top.

River-recovered maple table

I used every durable wood I could think of for this play structure. Osage orange, cedar and white oak all teamed up for this preschoolers playground.

Cedar, osage orange and white oak playground

Outdoor Natural Pecan Wood Bench 2

Pecan branch bench

This corner cabinet was built from wormy soft maple and features a brown glaze on white paint finish.

Distressed white corner cabinet

Basketball floor conference table in use.

Gym floor conference table

Painted Spindle Desk with Drawer

Painted spindle desk with drawer

Figured maple secretary

Walnut Bell Frame

Walnut bell frame

Round elm table

Round elm table

This TV wall is built from maple with a light stain and red oak stained black.

Oak and maple TV surround

Mermaid Lagoon driftwood sign

Mermaid Lagoon driftwood sign

Master bedroom nightstand

Master bedroom nightstand

Cricket table

Cricket table

River recovered maple fireplace mantel

River recovered maple fireplace mantel

Augusta house

Augusta house

Pine fireplace mantel

Pine fireplace mantel

Curly cherry bartop

Curly cherry bartop

Walnut kitchen

Walnut kitchen

Curly cherry secretary

Curly cherry secretary

Washington University Tyson Living Learning Center

Washington University Tyson Living Learning Center

Hollow beams

Hollow beams

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