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Cypress Wood Used to Build China Hutch

Posted by Michaelle Bradford | Posted: 02/12/2015 3:44PM

Cabinetmaker Denis Hermacz built this china hutch with select cypress frames and pecky cypress panels. The hutch is approximately 72 inches long and 93 inches high.

Using 20 Wood Species, Brothers Dressler Dress Up LuluLemon Shop

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 02/08/2015 7:18AM

A Toronto LuluLemon is decked out in over 20 types of reclaimed wood, including the staves of a tanning barrel, shipping pallets, submerged wharf beams and furniture off-cuts, in a project by custom woodworkers Brothers Dressler for Quadrangle architects.

Walnut and Brass: Joined at the Tip in Side Table Collection

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 02/06/2015 11:02AM

Alice Tacheny crafts pieces of modern furniture that are defined by expressive joinery, domestic hardwoods, and hand-rubbed oil and wax finishes.

If You Pour Molten Aluminum on Wood. . .

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 01/31/2015 1:02PM

Hilla Shamia builds furniture combining cast aluminium and wood. Trained at the Holon Institute of Technology, Industrial Design Department, Hilla developed a unique technique that joins the materials of aluminum and wood.

ClawHammer Co. Reclaims Barn Beams Into BeamBox Speakers

By Bill Esler Posted: 01/29/2015 11:06PM

Making Bluetooth speakers out of reclaimed wood beams from Virginia farmsteads, ClawHammer Co. launched a the BeamBox. Its crowdfunding campaign at Kickstarter earned it $15,786, nearly double its $8,000 goal.

Bathtubs Made from Wood Veneer - And Lots of It

By Bill Esler Posted: 01/28/2015 10:24PM

Alenga takes carefully selected wood veneers, saturates them with resin, then compresses then together under high pressure. The Swiss firm makes the tubs in wenge, walnut, pear, oak, iroko, and mahogany.

Subtle Ebony Wedges Accent Fresh Take on Windsor Chair

By Bill Esler Posted: 01/24/2015 2:46PM

Aaron Scaturro's fan back chair, a new take on a classic Windsor chair, in walnut, ash, maple, or cherry, features ebony wedges and hand-turned legs and spindles, and deeply carved seat. It is $2,600 at his dealer, BDDW.

Working Locally Harvested Lumber at Zag Joinery, Blacksburg, VA

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 01/12/2015 10:42PM

Zag Joinery, owned by Conor Byrne, was a woodworking shop that sustainably harvested local lumber to produce contemporary and original hand-joined furniture. Based in Blacksburg, VA, it has been recently reformed into Rudebega.

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