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Custom Restaurant Tables
In addition to our signature work for residential clients, we also specialize in custom commercial work, including custom restaurant tables. We offer live-edge, straight-edge, single-slab, multi-board, and butcher-block styles, with custom bases in wood, steel, aluminum, copper, and brass. Our custom work is handcrafted from sustainably harvested wood from our own farm in Illinois. Everything… Read more »READ MORE.
Free Passes to the Architectural Digest Design Show
The annual Architectural Digest Design Show is right around the corner, and we have free passes! The show is March 22-25 at Piers 92 & 94 in New York. Please follow these instructions for passes: For GENERAL PUBLIC passes: Go to ADDesignShow.com Click “BUY TICKETS NOW.” Click “GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS.” Choose the number of passes… Read more »READ MORE.
And in Matte Finish News…
I’ve been working on a very flat/matte finish for my wood tables for years, and I have finally perfected it. The finish is super flat, super durable even in commercial environments, easy to repair if heavily scratched, and looks and feels great to the touch. It won’t stain, ring, chip, crack, blush, or fade. My… Read more »READ MORE.
The Saint Louis Art Fair
We are excited to be returning to the Saint Louis Art Fair this year. We’ve got our booth assignment — number 409, right on Forsythe! — and are working on new pieces to show. The fair’s media partner, HEC-TV, just did a great video on us that we are pleased to share. Just click here: Meet… Read more »READ MORE.
A Day at the Sawmill
A day at the sawmill is no ordinary day. It takes a tremendous amount of work to craft our gorgeous furniture. And it all starts with the wood itself. Once Dave has sustainably harvested the trees, the logs are brought back to the farm where they are milled into the signature slabs Dave is known… Read more »READ MORE.
The Art of Woodworking: My Sit-Down with Bob Erickson
News, On The Farm
Not all woodworkers are cut from the same cloth. I can count on two hands the number of fellow woodworkers who live and breathe their craft; who put their heart and spirit into what they do; who put their very soul into every piece of furniture they make. That certainly describes the way I live… Read more »READ MORE.