custom furniture since 1974

My approach to making furniture is from the perspective of the 18th century, and I work hard to capture that spirit in every piece of furniture I make. The process starts with the lumber, and I use the same wide and carefully matched lumber and construction techniques as my 18th century counterparts.

I do have some advantages such as the use of power equipment to prepare furniture parts for assembly but handwork is a critical component in creating this type of furniture. I always use hand tools in the latter stages of construction and finishing. I do not use modern duplication... (more)


Take your concept drawings and reference materials to these factories. They will assist in refining your concept and thinking through the components involved in the Making Process.


A drafting specialist will create a blueprint of your idea using computer aided design (CAD) software. They make sure your design will be well-constructed.


Material suppliers will provide you with the raw materials and components of your end product.


Sample makers will assemble the first end product prototypes.