Mortise and tenon joinery is one of the keystones in the tradition of fine woodworking, but this overlapping tenon secures this bookcase’s style, as confidently as it secures the form’s structure. A detail clearly associated with the work of the Greene brothers, the joinery sets the piece firmly in the “Bungalow Style,” of the “Arts […]
With its flush drawer-pulls of polished brass, and its shear, straight-grain walnut facade, this chest of drawers stands at attention to salute its predecessors from a bygone era of military, field furniture.
The various schools of the Arts & Crafts movement are each characterized by their use of particular patterns and forms. Here the guiding influence is the work of Greene and Greene, who developed a distinctive style characterized by the “cloud form” captured in the horizontal rails. Ebony pegs punctuate the handcrafted quality of this beautiful […]
Adapted from earlier silver chests, wine cellarets might be thought of as a uniquely “southern” furniture piece. They were often lined with copper, to hold cool spring water or ice when available, for chilling wine near the dining table.
Let’s face it… good clothes’ storage is gender-specific. This is how he wanted his… with some of the space “use-specific,” the rest “flexible.”
Custom designed and hand crafted in the style of Greene & Greene, this sideboard has generous proportions and elegant detailing. Constructed of solid wood, employing classical joinery techniques, and purposefully decorated with ebony pegs, this piece reflects the designer’s passionate respect for the Arts and Crafts, Bungalow style. A custom dining table and chairs and […]
Building on the stylistic tradition of the American Arts & Crafts movement, this bed is part of an entire room, crafted in North American Black Cherry. Matching wall paneling is shaped to receive the backrest headboard. Meticulous detailing, and captivating forms make this bed one of the focal points in this warm, inviting room. Side […]
The original “Book Press” was designed by Thomas Jefferson to contain his personal library, at Monticello. Jefferson conceived the stacked sets of boxes so they could have covers applied to their fronts, in order to secure the books during his travels. When the library was donated as seed stock for the Library of Congress, the […]
This desk was custom designed, along with a matching credenza, to serve as the central work area in a residential library we created out of antique, heart pine. Our clients regularly turn to us for furniture pieces to complement the rooms of cabinetry we create. Obviously, a piece such as this would be a handsome […]