We are pleased to design and build new pieces as well as restore your prized antiques..
A nice built-in for a special customer who wanted the counter in tiger maple to match the antique map frame mounted above it.
We thrive on the challenging projects and would love to hear from you!
A new seat for a family heirloom.
A vintage porch chair gets a facelift and new springs.
Clear white pine, massive black cherry, and spalted maple drawer fronts make for a nice computer desk.
Amazingly, every piece was disassembled before refinishing could begin.
White pine sideboard/entertainment center waiting for its finish and flat screen television set on top and books to fill the shelves.
Tiger maple nicely shaped with heavy glass insert for a top sits atop shaped and turned base with milk paint.
Rush seating finishes off these ladder back chairs in rock maple and hand shaped ash slats and stretchers.
Undercarriage almost ready to receive the top again. This project was approached with great care and it was an honor and a privilege to bring it back to life again.
The Abraham Lincoln Society says this American Chestnut desk was used by Lincoln when he was a state representative in Illinois. The damage was limited to cracking of the top and general collapse of the drawer areas and general hack repairs in years past which had to be undone.
Almost there for a vintage French love seat...
Wood repairs are followed by new webbing and tied springs prior to application of fabric and cushion.
Coming in from the cold? A comfortable boot bench with storage underneath could make changing shoes much easier. This one in milk paint.
This nice mahogany gate leg table gets a final hand rubbed finish prior to reassembly.