We custom designed this piece for client’s tv. Using the tin as our starting inspiration we made a cabinet to fit the space and the needs using steel and poplar.
Customizable to any size, with any wood, the only variable here is the reclaimed tin we have in stock.
I love a good kitchen island. This old butcher block couldn’t have been turned into anything else. I used 1″ pipe, manila rope and oak boards to add handsome function.
Let this inspire you to dream up your own island. We’ll find (or make) the perfect top for you, complete with pipe base and rope shelves.
This credenza is full of my favorite things; beautiful patina, solid black walnut, modern lines, steel accents. This piece is sold, but we can make you one like it. Come to the shop and choose a one of a kind reclaimed accent from our stash and we’ll build you a custom cabinet around it- something to perfectly suit your needs.
This sweet tripod lamp has all sorts of lovely features. The hand-stitched shade was made by Designer Kim Rosen of Fayce Textiles. The cloth covered wire used is from Sundial Wire, which helps it retain the tripod’s retro look while assuring modern standards for this dimmable antique brass fixture. The vintage tripod base is from Blair Camera in Boston. To top it all off the height of this beauty can be adjusted from approx. 55″-70″ tall.
This tripod lamp is the whole package. It has all the charm of the past made timeless by modern updates.
reclaimed wood slab from here, industrial legs from there, mix in a few drawers and a wormy beam…. you get an industrial island with personality.
2′ x 5 ‘x 34.5″tall
made from an old parts washer, this industrial form just needed a piece of glass and LOT of cleaning (I couldn’t even see the orange when I bought it). It has a lovely glide and turns easily for effortless beer sampling. 42″ diameter and currently set to 20.5″ tall, it is adjustable to 17″.
modern lines, time worn texture, classic proportions. this one of a kind media cabinet was custom made for someone in particular, but we can make something like it again. let your imagination go crazy! or leave that part to us ;).
a hodgepodge of parts (an enamel shade, copper pipe, a old seat base, some more pipe, and new wire and socket) = a one of a kind standing lamp. with a pull chain and adjustable from 66″-70″ it works as well over a desk as it does in your favorite reading nook.