Specialty Items


Every once in a while, I'll get a request for something different. Like the time we were at my hunting buddy's duck club. Well, we had a few too many adult beverages and I agreed to make a conference table out of a redwood slab for a mutual friend. He saw the table I had made for the duck clubhouse and wanted a huge one for his office. No problem, says I in a somewhat slurred voice. Damn, now I had to find a piece of wood. I eventually found a beautiful piece of wood. It was a cut taken out of the butt section of an old growth tree that was salvaged out of Big River. It was sixteen feet long, six feet wide and four inches thick. I made six legs that copied the style of an antique pool table.

The big table you see here is a result of that first one. I built it for a client who sat at the conference table and wanted one for his new home in Manhattan Beach, California. That piece of wood came from Eureka.

The coffee table was something I built for my son. The poor guy needed furniture when he moved away from home.

While doing a massive remodel on an ocean front home in Little River, the client wanted something special for a few of his interior doors. My daughter and I came up with a few designs and etched them onto glass doors. He wanted something that reminded him of his wife's home and his adopted country ~ Vietnam.

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