The design of these tables is fun, modern, and very practical. They were designed as a pair, but can be used separately also.
And, if guests show up unexpectedly, you can sweep all the magazines and remote-controls (and dirty dishes?) into the cubby holes in the sides of the tables and push the two together… Voilà, clean room. Better living through design!View Details
This Cherry and Ash bench was created as memorial to Silas Bennett, a journalism student at Keene State College. Silas was heading into his final year of school when he was diagnosed with late-stage lung cancer. In the Spring of 2009 the school dedicated this bench in his memory.
The boards which make up the seat and the back taper in width toward their connection point, passing between each other like interlocked fingers. They are representative of the interconnectedness of this young man’s life to so many other lives.View Details
I made this bench for a couple in Concord, NH. It sits in front of a stone wall in their foyer. They had only two specific requests: The size should be “a normal seating height, and five feet wide”. And it should have a “raw edge” on the top.
Finding the perfect piece of wood for the back of the bench proved to be a particularly enjoyable challenge. I climbed and sorted through several fifteen-foot-tall stacks of irregular and oddly-shaped boards at a small specialty lumber dealer in rural Vermont tillView Details