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.
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.
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
reclaimed tin sliding doors, steel circle wine rack, and classic hairpin legs make a custom sideboard with personality.
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 ;).
this gorgeous cart is made with the base of an industrial upholstery machine- ‘the prize hairpicker’. lovingly disassembled, cleaned, oiled and outfitted with a new top- it is ready for *anything*.
25″x 37″ x48″
this board has such a perfect patina that I hoarded it for over three years! now it’s finally getting its time in the spotlight as the door to this simple storage cabinet. maple veneer with white stain, modern lines and brass hardware. I love making boxed cabinets that showcase beautiful boards. they can be modified to fit your taste and needs: color, dimensions, drawers, etc. clean, elegant, perfect.
This mod media console was made with old drawers, new maple veneer ply, a bit of cherry and an old coffee table base. It is sadly no longer available, but we could make something like it for you!
We made this built in. I really like it. You can hide the tv, and it’s rustic and modern and fun. The doors are a rough pine, and we treated the whole thing with a vinegar wash to get the grey brown color.
In this piece, we added some shelves to the ‘random drawers’ theme that we oh so love.
Got some old crates? turn them into drawers!
So may drawers, so little time!
Something we love to do is take an interesting medley of hardware and drawers and build a plywood frame to hold them together. The results are always unique and fun.
This custom made armoire / coat closet was made by putting together four old doors.
got some old windows lying around? make a cold frame for your salad greens, or take ’em down to sticks and bricks and let us make you a great cabinet for your nic-nacs.