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Masamune Entry Table
This entry or sofa table was made for a specific client and reflects the Japanese architecture and surroundings of its eventual home.
Masamune is available for your inspiration only. If you would like to work with us on designing your own piece of custom furniture, please view our custom furniture page.
Custom pieces of the size and scale of Masamune range between $4,300 and $6,300 depending design and wood selections
Winds of the Prairie End Table
This end table reflects the ethic of the Winds of the Prairie series, designed to reflect the colors and natural environment of the prairies of the central United States.
Windswept legs and wood burned natural elements complete this custom end table.
This is a limited edition, signed and numbered piece.
LionHeart Dining Table
LionHeart celebrates the astonishing figure often found in Big Leaf Western Maple. Designed to emphasize the unique chatoyance of the curly maple slabs, the the legs and aprons form a spare, monastic dais that allows the top to assume center stage and reveal its full glory.
Shown in Maple without included metal feet.
Made from crotch Oregon black marbled walnut, this table shows the beautiful browns, golds, tans, greys and oranges which typify this walnut species. Graceful and elegant this table can serve many purposes – hall table, sofa table, but most of all it needs to be shown off for its natural beauty.
Ndoa Custom Dining Table
The Ndoa dining table was made for one of our favorite clients for a large dining area. The design incorporates a unique expansion leaves that convert the available seating from 8 to 12 people.
Ndoa is available for your inspiration only. If you would like to work with us on designing your own piece of custom furniture, please view our custom furniture page.
Journey West Coffee Table
Made of Oregon Black Marbled Walnut, the top slab is live edged and shows slices of walnuts hidden and forgotten by squirrels as the tree grew in the orchard of a settler to the west coast. Yet the despite the whimsy, the piece reflects the integration of old hidden values held deep within our genetic memory with the new realities and materials (glass) of our current lifestyles.