Below are some of my pieces. Everything I create is my own original design. Select any of the images to view more photos of it.
This exquisite entryway table is made from a live edge slab of cherry and a steel base I designed and gave a "distressed" look to.
Originally a sprocket used in a sawmill, it became the base for this industrial styled coffee table.
A single piece of walnut was used for the table top and the stool tops. The base is aluminum tubing - sanded to a glowing satin finish.
Copper. Steel. Glass. Wood. Brass. A vintage copper fire extinguisher is combined with an antique grain grinder.
Made from live edge cherry wood, aluminum, and steel, this coffee table exudes both strength and grace.
Elegance and a modern industrial design emanate from this bar table and stool set. Polished aluminum. Maple wood. Pure.
Two crescent moons facing east and west form the base of this sofa table. A live edge cherry top completes this piece. Original. Irreplaceable.
A 1921 copper washing machine is the base of this occasional table. A 26" glass sits on top with a smaller 10" piece underneath that. Beautiful!
Beauty and grace flow from this sofa table made entirely of polished aluminum. A glass top completes this piece. Priceless.
This coffee and end table set personifies timeless strength. The tops are 3" thick white oak panels and the bases are made from thick-walled steel tubing.
Made from brake rotors and my own sprocket design, this piece uses a bent garage door torsion shaft as a central column.
This Occasional Table has as it's base an old cast iron jackscrew. The top was a reclaimed piece of wood siding that was formed into a circle. A gear joins the base and the top together and adds the perfect touch.