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  1. A commissioned painting on antique lumber inspired by our national park service. Oil on wood. 74” x 34”

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  2. we used real mushrooms for the hardware on this ebony stained white oak buffet. the stretcher is a white birch log finished to perfection.

     

  3. It’s nice to see our door in it’s finished home, loving the large rocks up to the doorstep. Walnut front entry with antique cypress horizontal panels. 

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  4. This table is made from a reclaimed walnut workbench from a foundry established in 1919. The bench top was made from a single board 24” wide and still shows all the character from years of distressing including the original drillings where the vice was located. We added the fold down wooden hinge, base, and blackened the stretcher edges to bring out more of the character in the top. 6 feet long, opens to 8 feet.

    Currently available

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  5. We’ve been doing these nostalgic paintings on wood inspired by National Park Service Signs and Posters. Now available at Town Home, an interior design showroom in Boone, North Carolina. 

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  6. We’ve just finished this gentleman’s dresser on the bedroom suite we’re currently working on. We left more of the character in the maple on this one and used the figured cherry for the upper cabinet. Still a mid century look but with a rustic touch. 

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  7. Maple and cherry dresser, our take on mid century modern design. 

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  8. we enjoyed eating at the River Street Deli today which has some of our work displayed. the painting is of the Baird Farm in Valle Crucis, NC. we framed the piece with a reclaimed farmhouse door. The mural is made from barn lumber collected from another local homestead. 

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  9. The best way to get to the wood shop, a ‘66 BSA

     

  10. This burled chestnut oak slab worked perfectly for an entry way bench. Instead of flattening the surfaces we kept the contours left from the drying process. Bow ties and back made of charred walnut. 

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  11. Another view of the silver maple table in its new home. The light fixture inspired the design of the base and we used a walnut stain on the steel to warm up the tone to match the legs of the chairs.

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  12. we refined this large silver maple slab into a 9’ dining table with walnut accents, subtle curves, and an airy steel base

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  13. Before and After shots of our ‘73 Airstream Landyacht. Check out more photos here.

     

  14. a set of slab bar stools, each one a bit different

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    Ad I shot for the Triple Crown Bouldering Series.