Also now a production piece, this stool design provides an opportunity to employ a number of different joints at their optimum usefulness. Hand sculpted and robust, these reversible stools have different foot-rest locations on either side, accommodating stool-sitters of varying sizes. Shown here in walnut. . Available in table, counter, and bar height.
Originally commissioned by fellow Guild member Todd Campbell, this line will now be a production item.
The cherry for Campbell's original commission came from his family farm in Michigan, where it had been sitting in a barn for decades, awaiting it's destiny as Campbell's dining room seating. I have a strong affinity for Danish cording, so I immediately proposed it as a seating material. The second set was commissioned--along with a table--by Mockingbird Domestics, a new furniture store on South Lamar that supports local makers.
Walnut credenza with tambour doors and leather drawer pulls. clandestine writing desk pivots from corner when needed.
Entry bench in white oak (waxed) with integrated table and danish cord seats
A pair of cherry bi-folding doors add privacy to an office/guest quarters. milled and hand-painted cherry blossom image integrated into door panels.