Miss Bane’s Top Ten

Why Miss Bane loves her new dresser so much:

1) There’s TWO lucky pennies in every handle


2) Reclaimed Cherry Wood from golden times


3) Reclaimed Cedar.  (It’s biblical)


4) Reclaimed Redwood. You could almost hug it.



5) Angles like a Tron haircut

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6) Wood and steel slopes



7) Strong handles with shiny tips


8) Drawers upon shelving

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9) Secret side drawer for all kinds of wonderful things



10) The dresser has a soul!!!

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The building of Miss Bane’s dresser- day 1


This video gives a little peek into my studio, my process and my life. With some old kitchen drawers found in the trash, I will build a dresser.


The building of furniture for Welcome Chicken +Doughnuts.

I was pretty excited when some guys from the Welcome family decided to let me build out an entire restaurant.

So I drew some pictures wrote some details and they seemed to like them.


Big pile of wood from HELDT lumber co.


Derrick and I moving some steel.


John and I moving some wood.


POlish the bottom too.

So we start the, poles belong to Primo the company doing the shade. We are going to build our tables off of their structure.  Being a one man shop I had to hire some help so, I enlisted my bike mechanic Derrick and my Architect John                           _MG_4728 _MG_4770 So we get to work Building benches and tables._MG_4837  I Along with my Bike mechanic and Architect Built everything with a hand full of tools I brought in on a bicycle trailer.


Good hair week.


Symetry is for the simple minded.


The kids approve!

_MG_5129_MG_5176In all One counter, six interior tables, two 20′ picnic tables and 11 benches built in just over a week. _MG_5221John and i enjoy some chicken, the children enjoy a nap. A special Thanks to Lindsay Bane for Photos, LOve and moral support. You are rad.

Industrial Craftsman Furniture

Industrial Craftsman Furniture is a simple, honest style of furniture. Handmade of quality reclaimed elements and inspired by the early craftsman movement. All furniture is designed and built by Bill Hemphill at the industrial craftsman studio.