Trivets, cutting boards, coasters, bookmarks, games - most projects use reclaimed wood, primarily from skids/pallets. Each piece is made according to mood, need and available material. Some can be reproduced on request, some can be customized, and many are one-of-a-kind.
sometimes there`s just not enough of a very pretty wood. There WAS enough to make these two tables. $70 each or take both for $130
A piece of lightly figured wood shows off this handsome gift box. $15
A simple lidded box with contrasting wood. $15
Where two branches met on the tree is where this cutting board was born. The curly texture throughout is what makes it special. Perhaps to nice to cut food on at $30
A simple wooden coin. Use as a display or as a large trivet to serve your favorite dish at your next dinner party. $20
A simple piece of ash makes this lovely live edge cutting board. Heat treated to ensure no pests hitch a ride home with you. a deal at only $30
End grain cutting board. $70
end grain cutting board. $70
just a cute little keepsake box at $10
a medium sized lidded box. $10
A sliding lid gift box. A snug friction fit keeps is closed. What will you put in it? $15
A simple lidded gift box. $10
You can almost always make something out of that little piece of wood. In this case it was wooden butter knives. Simple ones for $5 each. The fancy large ones are $20 each
Sometimes the wood is very pretty but there is just not enough of it for our liking. Yielding two small end tables, the grain in these table tops have a rich character that reminds me of marble cake for some reason. The base is humble, simple and black, letting the top have all the attention. $75 each or have both for $130
Simple, rustic and strong, these benches will look great beside the fire at the cottage, on a porch or deck, or in the garden. $50
A different kind of cottage chair, these kentucky stick chairs are very comfortable and easier to get out of than the traditional muskoka or adirondack chair. They can be folded for easier transport, and finished in spar varnish for $150.The first one we ever made (10 years ago) recieving no special treatment is still in great shape and used regularly.
These fun toys were an experiment in efficiency. While they do work, they don`t work as well as we would like. Still fun and mezmerizing, they are priced to move at $5.
Get that wallet, keys and spare change out of your pocket and into this valet tray after work. 15 dollars
A simple and fun gift, for any occasion, these wine displays are affordable at only 10 dollars
Mothers Day, Birthday, housewarming gift, these wine displays make an affordable and simple gift. Wine and glasses, sadly, not included. $10 each
This one of a kind maple cutting board has alot going on. The burly grain gives the illusion of looking into the wood. A piece of art decades in the making before arriving in our hands. A real steal at $15.
A simple and sturdy cutting board made of hard white maple glued around an accent of darker hardwood. $10
a small cutting board or cheese board with a lovely grain and sublte compressions at the handle that give the illusion of tiny waves. $10
a small cutting board or cheese board made from a single piece of hard maple. $10
A fun little project on the bandsaw and some relaxing hand sanding results in thesesimple but useful kitchen tools. $10 to $15