Here are a few examples from a ten piece order stained very dark and accented with hard white maple cross supports.
White Pine is not considered an Arts & Crafts wood but here are two pieces that fit the style. The finish is shellac, oil, then wax.
End tables have been popular of late. Here are some examples.
A small but beautiful cabinet in mahogany, again in the Greene & Greene style.
A good client requested two new kitchen islands in the Greene & Greene style. We put our heads together on the design and I went ahead with the construction. You can see the results here. They included four bar stools to finish the project.
A recent client wanted to display some treasured items under glass in a coffee table. Here is how it turned out. The wood is European Beech with a Candlelite gel stain.
Stools and benches are always fun to build. Here are two different two steppers and one three!
After spending a couple of months exploring the Greene & Greene style, I had one more piece to do for the showroom. For those who have seen the furniture from the Thorsen House, this server will look familiar
When a client came to me and asked if I could match the greene & greene style coffee table I had made for them with a large sofa sectional my first reaction was “that sounds very interesting but I am not sure how would I do it”. All the sectionals I had ever seen had their frames hidden under a complete fabric or leather outer covering. I knew wood […]
Recently, a potential client asked for two blanket chests. The order did not work out but it inspired me two come up with two models for the showroom. One is a traditional dovetailed box and the other, a frame and panel with Greene & Greene features.