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  1. Mailboxes for the office

    My office was using a system of cheap shelving as mailboxes, that someone probably purchased at Walmart. It did not give the impression of "a group of dedicated professionals work here" to anyone that walked by the "mailboxes". And I hated all of the metal, industrail-strength, institutional...
  2. walnut office

    walnut slab counter . walnut corner cabinet with ambrosia maple panel and shelves that cantilever off both sides. file cabinet is on casters and can roll out from under counter. chiar is walnut with a sycamore seat.
  3. Reclaimed wood desk

    I designed and built this desk for a customer in Blue Ridge Georgia. The design was influenced by the open slat designs of corn cribs. This desk features a 2" thick top with a rough, live edge front. There is a drawer on the left side for storage and space underneath for a computer tower. The...
  4. Standing Desk Top build

    Been needing a home office work space for a few months now and decided I'd go with a friend's long time advice that a stand-up desk was the only way to go. Explored and designed multiple wood base/legs but at the end of the day decided that 'perfect was the enemy of done' and pulled the trigger...
  5. Tabletop Standing Desk

    I spend eight or more hours a day at a desk job and, aside from not being the healthiest way to spend a day, it's not particularly comfortable, either. To try to remedy this situation, I designed and built a small tabletop stand that holds my laptop at a height appropriate for use while I'm...
  6. Live Edge Reclaimed Cedar Slab Conference Table

    We made this Live Edge Reclaimed Cedar Slab Conference Table for a Non-Profit company in Portland, Oregon. It is 16' X 48", made with a Trestle Base. Can't wait to make another one. Here are a couple more pictures of the milling process for the cedar conferance table. Lots of work but well...
  7. Office Chair made from Juniper

    This office chair was made from Juniper (Forest Reclaimed wood) and goes with the "Wild Spirit" Horse Desk. I inlayed turquoise into the chair to blend in with the turquoise on desk. The chair design is based on a Maloof Low Back chair, but I have made quite a few of my own design changes. A...
  8. Curly Cherry Desk Chair

    This desk chair is made from curly cherry with cherry burl on the face of the lumbar supports. It turned out spectacular. It featured a carved seat, handshaped arms, headrest, back lumbar support and handcarved wood covering the metal wheel base. The curly cherry came out much better than...
  9. office furniture

    this is a complete set of office furniture I did a few years back, his and hers desks a printer unit in between, two bookcases with files on the bottom and a cabinet to hold my wifes craft supplies.the units are made from knotty alder with black melamine for the sides and backs.all the drawers...
  10. A few things for the office

    There are some things lacking in the office, like spaces for everything to fit, so sometimes you have to take what you have and custom fit it to the space you have. The table in the picture was too big for anything, so I cut it down and made a shelf from the cut-off to hold the coffee maker...
  11. My Desk in Progress

    Here are a few shots of my new desk in process. It is made to be completely knock down. I have been playing with ideas for some shelves too. I will have to make some changes to the shelve support, as you can plainly see the current design is in my way. I plan on finishing the supports with a...
  12. Computer monitor pedestal for Dad

    My Dad is a civil engineer. That means he loves to build things, and, if necessary, he's quite resourceful at crafting viable solutions. That's my way of saying that around the house, he jury-rigs things to suit his needs. So when I plopped down at his desk during a recent Mesa, AZ visit it came...
  13. Greene & Greene Office Furniture

    Office suite I made for my new office at work. All in Greene & Greene style. All made with figured Claro Walnut cut and dried by a friend in Davis, CA. He sells a lot of this lumber - it was worth every penny (www.robertbeauchamp.com). The desk is a blatant rip off of Darrell Peart's desk (and...
  14. Mesquite Desk chair

    Here is my latest office chair Maloof inspired but my own design. I keep changing the design a little till I'm happy!!!I bowed the front leg for more thigh room ,changed my spindles making them "sleeker"looking.Last two pics are shaping- 1st free form shaping on the band saw (maloof style) I can...
  15. Safety in the Woodworking Shop
    The black part of a wood stove with a fire in it is probably not something you want to touch with your bare skin. It might be wise to keep a pair of tweezers and other splinterectomy surgical tools in the shop instead of having to come in the house. While it is mighty tempting to keep a...
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