Here’s a new stool design I’ve been working on. 24″ tall and cut from an english walnut stump.In the words of Owen Wilson, “Not too bad considering I carved it from one piece of wood.” (Meet the Fockers). Enjoy your weekend, friends!
I came across this monolithic slab of walnut half buried in the mud at a local mill. It was soaking wet, completely weathered, and had some bug issues. The slab was 7″ thick, but I had to remove a full inch in order to clean it up and flatten it.
I used reclaimed douglas fir blocks for the base, and finished them with an ebonizing process.
The coffee table finished out at 60″ long, 18″ wide, and 15″ hi.
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Each San Andreas table is unique because the meandering joint line that runs down the center is dictated by the natural edge (live edge) of the slabs. For pricing and details contact us.
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The Dutchman bed. So named for it’s many dutchman patches. The following slide show gives a glimpse at the process of turning reject walnut slabs into a Dutchman headboard.
This bed is queen sized, but can be made in any size. For pricing and information, contact us.