30 inches x 7 feet. One of the biggest creations got finished up earlier this week and delivered just yesterday.
Got a call from Brooklyn to build a few tables. A couple side tables and this big boy. 3×5 feet of heavy woodage. Like all our creations, this one was personal, fun and took on a life of its own. God bless NYC.
Yes, I feel like Betty Crocker with a huge saw. Hopefully my wife won’t complain so much now that I’m coming home cleaner…
Okay. Take two.
This table is shipping out today. And I hope the boys
in Knoxville love it as much as we do. Cheers.
Fare thee well, my old friend.
We love this table so much and will miss it. But it’s going
to a loving home. I’ve packed it tight in a huge crate.
Coming together so nicely. The installation is around the corner.
To step back and take it all in, I forget how big this ol’ baby is.
It’s massive at 14 feet.
The reconstructed Hot Rod Table and the Coke Table
are getting a new finish before I ship them out… soon…
I completed construction on the Hot Rod repair.
The table is better than before and I’m excited
for my customer to get it back.
FedEx trashed my Hot Rod table, so I got it back
and I’m fixing it – making it a better table. I actually
like it better than before. Some pics so far…
You know when they say it’s the journey and NOT the destination? I understand that phrase quite well when walking down this path. While I’m thrilled to see the end, going there is interesting, educational and a whole lot of fun. I feel like a better man when I work on this table.
Off to Ripley’s. I’ll miss these boys. Big thanks to the FedEx dude and my pal, Sean Mizer. Couldn’t have done it without them.
Recycled piano as workbench. Nice.
Started the top while finishing the legs. Using an excellent workshop to build the top – Studioworks of Milwaukee. Thanks to my friend, Sean Mizer, for letting me take some space there. The thing is just too big for the basement.
Was rocking and rolling this weekend on these pretty legs. I wanted to do something classic, heavy, yet different from my standard legs. Love the “X” and how it plays with the slender curve of the neo-industrial leg. Got all three sets going on. Have to add feet and finish them off to accept the top and BOOM, it’s a table.
Just started a new project.
A nice, big conference room table for the Burke Foundation.
Very excited about this one and will be building most of
it in a friend’s huge shop on the West side. These are the
beginnings of some heavy-duty legs.
I was interviewed a few weeks ago and here it is. Pretty sweet.