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  1. Contemporary Reclaimed Barn Wood Sliding Door

    Here's a recent build I did using different barn woods from our lot. The customer picked out all of the different pieces at the lot and then I ripped them, jointed the back side, and brad-nailed/adhered them to the birch plywood. when it was fully assembled, our finish guy did a great lacquer...
  2. Totoro carvings

    I carved some of these for my niece and nephew for Christmas. But after making them, I got roped into making sets for both of my own kids, and other nephews who were all envious. The wood is basswood for all except for one of the white ones which was balsa. The finish is mostly dyes and...
  3. Minimalist Reclaimed Wood Step stool

    Step stool for the little one so he can do the dishes… Structure made of whitewashed pallet wood and the steps are boards of the local hardwood Sapán. The steps were lightly sanded and oiled. The Colombian hardwood Sapán is a very dense and beautiful wood, unaffected by insects and weather.
  4. White Wash Murphy bed | Custom

    This is a Murphy Wall bed that I built using Maple wood and finishing it with a white wash. Normally I finish it in a Whitewash or Pickling stain. The problem with that is it is very thick and has a fast drying time. Since it starts drying it is real hard to get a non-streaky finish. This...
  5. sliding barn door

    Custom sliding barn door with a whitewash finish on solid pine. Made for a small NYC apartment, giving the owner an additional bedroom with some style. Lumberjocks community, I have been a member of this site for years and enjoy the craftsmanship displayed on this site. Keep the great work...
  6. Finishing
    Okay. I just had our 90 year old oak floors redone in our home. I was going to do them myself, but i destroy with band sanders. Anyways, i really wanted a white based finish. Or a non-yellow finish. I went through all sorts of options including whitewashing, pickling, white stains and so forth...
  7. Finishing
    Greetings and salutations, I'm building a book case out of pine. It's been a long time since I worked with pine. I'm not certain if its a white or yellow pine but I think it's white (it's quite soft and white pine is indigenous to the Pacific NW I think). I want to give it an interesting...
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