Storage side view of the rustic reclaimed information desks. We love the hand hewn beam skins we sawed up at our mill, and the look of them against the clean, finished cabinet.
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Dovetailing a bunch of maple drawer parts for the desks we're building. Maple is a very satisfying wood to work with hand tools. Once the desks are done, they're off to their new home @creaturecomfortsbeer offices.
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Sculpting some live edge patches on the walnut slab headboard with a spoke shave. Mimicking the twists and curves is challenging, but very fun. Our work is usually very geometric, so working organic twists and contours is a nice change of pace.
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One half of an Airstream on its way to Athens church to become a fun wall treatment. Cool collaboration with @saintudioathens.We love our creative clients! #athensga
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Getting some work done on the dovetailed boxes. Lots of visual progress today but still a ways to go. Pretty excited about the small brass details on the lid of the oak box. ✨ @bloodrootblades
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Finished up display boxes for @singlethreadfarms with @bloodrootblades knives securely attached to magnetic strips. From the top is walnut, oak, charred ash, and maple. This was a really fun job and an honor to work with such talented people!
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