Commissioned for a private home, the exterior of the bar is reclaimed barnwood as requested, crafted "frame and panel". The footrail is a re-purposed stair handrail that I discovered at a local surplus building materials supplier. There was enough material to create the support arms, though I needed to create matching legs from Ash.
This view shows the barnwood and exterior shelf.
The cabinets were built with birch plywood, and the face frame was made with locally sourced Ash. Barnwood was used for the decorative panel behind the shelf on the left.
This dresser is made from Cherry that had been chainsaw milled on the customer's property. Given the tools I had to work with at the time, the rough planks were finish-planed and sized with hand tools. The customer found that having the deep drawers at the top, as requested, required a solution to reach into them. Hence, the matching step stool. Note the shape of its hand-hold, matching the drawer pulls.
Here, the customer's needed a cabinet to fit a reclaimed c.1940 farmhouse sink. While taking measurements at her house, she asked if I had any need for two old window sashes she had removed from her house years before. Of course I had an idea how to use them...
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