One of a matched set of guitar display hutches, built from oak barn wood. Featuring wrought iron hinges, clavos nails, cast iron hardware, and adjustable sliding hangars.
Custom designed to match an existing antique desk, this solid Sapele Mahogany bookcase/hutch was built in 6 sections so it can be easily moved. Tongue in groove paneling in the back, and custom-carved moldings.
Red oak and hemlock fir bookcase made from red oak floor boards from an old farmhouse that were destined for the landfill, and hemlock fir bead board from an old house in Tennessee.
Redwood gate for a garden entry. The redwood is from timbers that supported a water tower, built in the mid-1800's, in southeastern Pennsylvania.
Coat rack and mirror in reclaimed barnwood and antique white finish. The knobs are reclaimed outdoor water faucet handles.
This beautiful double desk features heart pine tops and a corkboard back for thumbtacking pictures and notes.