Have been busy with a few new projects but I thought I would update some recent projects.
First is a couple of pictures of Emily Owens dining table. When we first spoke about the design she told me she wanted to have a band of hammered nickel around the edge and the bottom of the bases. You can see that the built in bar in the of the pic has the same detail. The process is called repousse and it creates a very cool look. I love the way it turned out really changed the look of table. Nice job from the guys at Iron Age Studios. Hope to do a pair of consoles with some of the wood that is left.
The next project is another collaboration with metalworkers. This time with the guys I share a shop with. The name of the company is Whitesmith. I have used them for years on various little projects. About 6 months ago I was looking for a new space and inquired about their Mezzanine level. We moved in the first of June and really like the space. Maybe some pictures when it's all sorted out.
This bed is for a client of Derek Vanlandingham. I have worked with Derek for many years while he was with John Phifer Marrs Interiors. This is our first project together since he went out on his own, with many more to come.
hold a Oiled Cypress platform. The whole thing will be hung from stainless cable on a second floor porch off of the Master suite.
This is the inspiration picture for a TV Cabinet for a private conference room. We had to stretch the length to accommodate the TV and the space. You can see we changed the middle doors to a bookshelf unit that will be removable for access to the TV.
The beginning of the tapered leg with a spade foot.
One of the outside frames dry clamped.
Detail of the curved panel that makes the transition from the end units to the bookshelf unit.
The basic carcase glued up upside down.
Lot's more to come!