Old Town Cottonwood Farmers Market features local produce, assorted baked goods, local wares, and one perfectly minimalist furniture booth.
For the past five weeks I have set up my booth at the OTCWFM where the weather is perfect, the music is amazing and the people are engaging. The Industrial Craftsman Furniture booth consists of one slightly used cart showcasing the furniture du jour (whatever piece I was building that week).
This Black Acacia piece made a splash on the community…
Available at Cartwheels in Cottonwood.
Douglas Fir Coffee Table with copper inlays… Available at Zinnias on Melrose.
This one works as either a bench or as a table for behind a couch, made of old growth fir, steel and style.
The Kitsch-in, is an experiment in Traditional, industrial, and Craftsman styling. Rather than write out a long winded blog, I will let the pictures and description tell the story…
Starting with Barn wood reclaimed on site, I built the first counter and shelves. The barnwood is set on a 45 degree angle, the floor and ceiling follow…The shelves are matching barnwood, with parabolic brackets, and a stout maple counter…
The wall behind the stove has blue steel wallpaper and Maple wainscoting, There is a maple and steel counter on either side of the stove…
The counters are spalted maple with steel shelves beneath…
The coat rack features original hardware, any many years of paint and many colors, grinded in a pattern to tell the story…
Behind the counter is reclaimed wannescotting from the “outdoor kitchen” with a floating maple shelf and topped of with a bold crown molding…
Beneath lies a cabinet with a blue steel countertop and maple sliding doors…
This creates a clean simple look and no doors to block the walkway…
The end of the counter features thick maple shelves and a cut out for a dishwasher…
The whole space ties together nicely using new and reclaimed materials, classic and contemporary design, and practical use of space. Creating a beautiful and usable space…
Spring is a wonderful time in NY, the weather warms up, the flowers bloom…and stuff gets built.
Seel and maple.
Rhinebeck is an adorable hamlet on the Hudson river about an hour and a half north of the city, it features colonial and gothic architecture, cute, bustling shops and an amazing Pilates studio.
I had the privilege of building the front desk for said amazing studio, in this charmed hamlet. It started with locally sourced, spalted Maple that was beautifully figured and had dark lines of “spalting”. Then, I added some birch Plywood to match the existing furniture. The final step was creating a “charging station” where students could leave their cell phones, while escaping into the Pilates peace of mind.
Love benches are the perfect spot to sit, reflect and enjoy.
Perfect for two love benches add a beautiful accent to any patio, entryway or porch. Love Benches come in many styles and wood choices and start at $300. to order a Love bench select a photo, wood type and theme. E-mail me @ email@example.com
Aside from being a great Pizza maker, Carson Wheeler is a fine wood aficionado,
and repeat offender. These new table tops feature mesquite from wine glass bar sawmill,
and some old diner booths.
Far from home spring in New York
The Hudson Valley is a magical place that has attracted artist for centuries, do to its beauty, its serenity and bridges. This is a bridge I built with wood found on the property, I also found time to build a few commissioned pieces, and do a few installations…
Courtesy of Lyle Trued and matthew gamble…and the always amazing uncle TEE.
High design in an unlikely spot SouthWest truck driver training.
When Sean Williams of southwest approached me, I could tell he was ready to transform a space, Great designs, impeccable wood selection and a conference table for a boss.
Showing Off Urban Organics at the IceHouse
An Entire Mesquite tree from Sun City
With the Help of amazing artist Joe Holdren and Scott Woodward we ascended on the Icehouse Phoenix with an Epic showing of Furniture, Abstract Paintings and ceramic sculpture. Thanks, to amazing friends and patrons this show was amazing.
The bread and Butter.
At the end of the day my bread and butter are sales from Zinnias on melrose,
Cartwheels Gallery in Cottonwood and Commissions from Clients new and old.
It keeps the designs fresh and evolving and good clients give me great pleasure.