Built with tubed steel and reclaimed wood from a 100 year old cattle bridge. Walnut splines join each wooden plank.
Here is a "steampunk" custom door I made. The wood is from old hand hewn barn beams and the panel is steel. I welded the steel and did a hot patina to stain it different colors.
The island counter is made of copper with a patina finish. The siding comes from reclaimed barn siding. Cabinet doors on the island we made from knotty Alder. Kitchen counters are concrete and the shelves are made from reclaimed rough sawn hickory.
This table top is made out of reclaimed hickory and the base is bent out of 3/8" steel rod. This would be a great addition to a modern or rustic home. Contact us if your interested in purchasing this table or something like it.
Built with siding from a barn in Eastern Colorado. Hung to slide open on a rolling door track. Slides with wooden wheels.
This table top is built from walnut slabs with walnut butterfly joints. The base was bent out of a 1/2" steel rod.
Built with reclaimed glulams for treads, old hand hewn structural barn beams for posts, concrete for landing, steel stringer and handrails. Built for the showroom at Mountain View Window and Door in Denver, CO.
This unique wood came from an abandoned cattle bridge around 100 years old. I had to swim across a river and climb up the cross beams to get to the top. This table is all mortise and tendon with no screws. This table is used for home cooked dinners and long talks into the evening.
Built out of reclaimed rough sawn hickory with an oversized headboard. Large sliding drawer hidden in the base of the bed.
Reclaimed wood countertop that allows for tasteful conversation.
Custom built with concrete and steel. Shaped for free standing wood burning stove and firewood rack.
This table base was built from welded steel that was dyed teal. The table has a glass top.
Built with reclaimed redwood, to look as if it were floating. Hidden, large drawer in the base of the bed.
This coffee table was built with a cherry wood top and 1/2" steel rods bent for the base.
These hand hewn beams come from a barn built in the 1800's. They were built to look like structural beams in this house.