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  1. Desk made with reclaimed materials

    I built this desk with reclaimed cypress barn boards. The legs are from an old dining table.
  2. Outdoor Cypress Gate

    Here is my most recent project. It is a solid cypress gate made out of 8/4 cypress and 3/4 tongue and groove cypress for the panel finished with a solid stain. We modified the original design to incorporate the previous gate's materials which are the cedar caps for the door and jamb which are...
  3. Monterey Cypress Tree Mirror

    ---------------------------------------------------- FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT MY WEBSITE: blakeweber.us ---------------------------------------------------- Padauk with Ebony plugs and mirror glass. Finished with Boiled Linseed Oil. The back panel is removable for cleaning the glass...
  4. Finished Birdhouse

    this is a birdhouse that I made for my dad for Christmas. It is made of cypress, it has a brass rustic keyhole plate with a little skeleton key for the perch so the bird can enter the birdhouse. I used some 3M spray glue to glue the dried moss onto the roof. The keyhole i cut out with a...
  5. Pecky Cypress Goodness

    I needed some storage space for tools and such that I don't use that often. So I decided to build some cabinets. I'm a poor bastard so I salvaged some plywood, drawers, and slides from some old cabinets that were demo'd, and thrown in a trash pile on a job I worked on. Brought it home. So I...
  6. Cajun Cooler- First Project Post

    I saw a project here that used a utility sink for the cooler tub and was inspired to build a pair for my son and I. This was his first Father's Day! I used treated pine for the internal frame. The legs are 6/4 cypress. The lids frame and the mating frame on the cabinet is Spanish cedar. The...
  7. Cypress live edge waterfall coffee table

    First table build, jumped in the deep end. Love how it came out, it's not perfect but I am so pleased with it.
  8. Barn door from reclaimed Barn Wood

    I built this barn door using reclaimed barn wood from a barn that was salvaged in Blackburn Missouri. Picture of the barn in the gallery. The frame I welded from angle iron and painted black. Watch it be built on Youtube If you want more info on how I went about building this door please...
  9. Companionway hatch cover

    This is the new companionway hatch cover for Aspettami, It is a 1/8" laminate epoxied to the original fiberglass hatch, with new sides built out of mahogany and cypress. https://www.icloud.com/photostream/#A3JtdOXmJRHl62
  10. Aspettami gets a butterfly hatch

    The 1982 Bayfield 25 sailboat that I have been rebuilding for the last year, originaly had a old and damaged acrylic hatch on the foredeck with a broken solar vent on it. sence I love traditional boats (mostly wooden) I desided to remove the old and design a custom Butterfly hatch to fit the...
  11. Cabin sole

    The 1982 Bayfield 25 sailboat that I have been rebuilding for the last year, originaly had a old and damaged cabin sole and plain fiberglass liner on top. Because I love the look of the true wooden boats of old, I decided to do a custom laminate floor and a sea trunk style. The floor was...
  12. Cockpit grate

    custome build grates for the sole of Aspettami's cockpit. Cypress frames with mahogany grids. The disign breacks it in to two seperate grates so I can open the front half to access the engine top hatch.
  13. Coffee table

    For those keeping track, I did finish the coffee table before starting the rebuild on Aspettami the 1982 Bayfield 25 sailboat. The coffee table is, as always Cypress and mahogany with white oak framesa and copper rivets. It sits on a large Bois d'arc root that I picked up off the shorline of...
  14. Cypress planter box

    I built this planter box for my wife for her birthday. A good friend of mine gave me a few cypress boards and i decided this would be a good use for them. This was my first time working with cypress and i really enjoyed how it works. I finished the box with teak oil to help keep the water out. I...
  15. Christmas cane

    This is a cane I made for a friend of mine who gave it to his dad for Christmas. I was a little nervous… I wasn't sure if he would like the style. But it turned out to be a hit. From the handle down: Mahodany, Oak, PurpleHeart, Oak, Walnut, Maple, Walnut, Oak, Mahodany, Oak, Walnut and Oak for...
  16. Cypress and walnut box. (First attempt at spline joints)

    This was my first attempt at a box and spline joints. I made it as a gift for my wife but not sure what she will use it for. Urethane was still not dry Christmas morning. Santa smelled like sawdust when he went to bed.
  17. Skull Chair

    Not really my cup of tea, but the lady begged me, soooooo-The customer is always right! Right??
  18. Big Green Egg Table #3

    This is my latest Big Green Egg table. I have actually done a couple more like the first few that I posted, but this one is a little different. My customer liked the original design but I felt liked they needed something more unique. I decided to do a solid top out of 2 inch thick western red...
  19. Big Green Egg Cart

    Thanks for looking! This is an outdoor cart for a Big Green Egg grill. That's what fits in the hole in the top. It is made from cypress. The legs are fully let into the feet then glued and screwed in place. The top slats and shelf slats are glued and screwed into place. All of the screw holes...
  20. Big Green Egg Table

    This is a Big Green Egg table that I built for a friend of mine over the weekend. It is designed to hold the medium egg. It is constructed from cypress with red western cedar legs. The top is a piece of granite that was purchased off of craigslist for $50. The table was assembled with the Kreg...
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