Old Harford
Shelves & Dining Table

This dining table and matching bookshelves were made from an ash tree that fell in the clients’ backyard. The tree was milled into slabs by Blue Bear Trees, taken to a local wood-fired kiln to dry, then brought to the shop to be processed and given new life. The shelves are completely dry fit together—no screws, nails or glue and can be deconstructed and reassembled fairly easily.

Photography of Fadensonnen by Justin Flythe
Photography of Fadensonnen by Justin Flythe

FadensonnenWine Bar

These partial live edge white oak tops on powder coated steel bases were made as part of a partial renovation to an already beautiful interior space. The white oak was selected to match the newly installed white oak flooring and compliment existing interior elements. 

Photography of Clavel by Terra Gold Photo


The tables made for the original Clavel dining room consisted of two large slab banquet tables in Oak, and a set of six smaller tables in oak, walnut, and maple. The table bases are a simple skirt and tapered legs in poplar. In addition, matching slab tops were made to fit the existing classic cafeteria style booths. 

Photography of Clavel by Terra Gold Photo


A floating vanity commissioned out of solid walnut to create a more modern look for a primary guest bath. The sliding front panels allow unique access to the plumbing and those items traditionally not on display in a bathroom while the lower shelf offers access to fresh towels and linens. The floating design allowed for dim lighting to also be placed below vanity creating a soft welcome for guests. 


A fun kitchen renovation in a small 1890’s victorian house. Walnut countertops and a matching range hood are framed by floating shelves and a pot rack made from reclaimed pine.