Cutting and serving boards!!! My great neighbour gave me some lovely figured Bigleaf Maple. A bit of epoxy filling, sanding then oiling (food safe of course) and here they are. The most amazing I've seen in a long time.

A custom installation consisting of a dinning table, coffee table and two headboards with built-in floating side tables. Made from live edge slabs all from the same tree, felled to clear a farmers field. Thanks to John Holmes for the custom metal bases.

A large conference table made of Arbutus (Madrone) for a client in Texas. Just over 4' wide and almost 10' long and about 450lbs. With what's becoming a trend for me, the curved leg design. Thanks to Shane O'Donnell for the great slabs used on the top.

A reproduction stool for a client who wanted Maple.

White Ash shoe bench with two coats of water based stain and sealer. For a repeat customer in Chicago

Trestle table base of Black Walnut with two matching benches, maple tops and walnut bases. For a client in Maryland, USA.

Chest of drawers near completion for a local client. Made from second growth wood, except the top which was an old beam. All Douglas Fir. Build over six weeks. Sept 2015.

Window Grills - I made the grills mainly with a router and lots of jigs. Here I'm installing with silicone sealant, a few dabs of epoxy, screws and some magnets. Four doors, eight grills. About 70 hrs of work. Sept 2015.

Live Edge Arbutus Slab Table
Black Cherry End Table - SOLD
Black Cherry Serving Tray