If you’re lucky and patient enough to be a pre-k teacher to my snotty, whining, temperamental, sweet little 4 yr old angel, well, this will be your thank you gift at the end of the year. These lucky teachers happen to be twins, so thats why there’s two of the same. The knob on top …

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A credenza made out of beautiful cherry.

Here’s an expanding table made for a very specific space needing maximum versatility. Walnut of course.

This is a fun little side table I made to make my lifestyle a little easier. It goes next to my daddy chair and is meant to hold my tea, my current reading material, and my sketchbook in the drawer. Its made of beautiful curly ambrosia maple.

A feast for all the senses except taste… that is, until you put down a delicious home-cooked meal on the beautiful walnut frame and panel table top. The trestle features a tusked through tenon stretcher, and removable pegs that hold the top in place – all of which allows for easy disassembly while being solid …

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Here’s a very tall closet storage solution I made out of maple.

For centuries now, the egg has been used to symbolize fertility and the cycle of life. On this diaper changing dresser, its been utilized as the very foundation. It’s all white pine and the outside has been whitewashed with milk paint. The color of the knobs on this one is sunflower, which is coincidentally the …

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After living my whole adult life eating beans straight out of the can while sitting on the couch, I finally got around to making a dedicated dining table. Now, as soon as I get around to firing some ceramic dishes, I’ll have a place all for the beans. Step one, check!

I made a cinder block that happens to be about the same size as this gorgeous curly sapele occasional box.

Not to toot my own horn, but this secretary desk could rival anything on offer from Ikea, or even Pottery Barn. This one is very similar to the previous desk I made, but this time the proportions are more balanced and it is made out of sapele. This is the first piece I’ve made for …

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