Media Wall Cabinets



This built-in wall cabinet was a commission, designed for a family beach house. Simple inset shaker style doors/drawer fronts compliment the clean modern lines. The lacquer finish highlights the deep grain of the oak, with the soft orange accent color contrasting the existing light blue wall. The upper shelving has LED lighting built in to each of the adjustable shelves.

Platform Bed

Here are some poor phone pics of an awesome platform bed I made for a client this week. The platform is 6′ off the ground in a small room that was used as a closet in a Colonial Lake pied-de-terre. The new bunk accommodates a guest, and the same amount of storage space.



Taylor Table

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13″Wide x 48″Long x 30.5″High

This modernist console table is made from a salvaged framing brace from the Taylor Frozen Foods warehouse on Wolfe St. in downtown Charleston. The original shape and joinery details of the heart pine beam are highlighted by straight African mahogany legs. This piece is available for purchase.

Cherry Vanity

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24″Wide x 36″Long x 32″High
Beautiful Arts & Crafts bathroom vanity. The curved apron and tapered legs inspired by C.R. Mackintosh. Domestic FSC certified cherry hardwood with Carrera marble top. Hand cut mortise and tenon joinery.

Craftsman Hutch

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16″Wide x 48″Long x 48″High
I was commissioned to make a hutch to fit in a 1920’s craftsman home above crosstown. This has design details inspired by Gustav Stickley. Through tenons, craftsman detailing, oak hardwood.

Mast Step Table

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30″Wide x 57″Long x 18″High

This purpleheart wood table is made from the salvaged main maststep from the sailing yacht “Apache”. She was one of 16 Cox & Stephens designed Seawanhaka Schooners, built in Bath Maine, at the Bath Iron Works in 1925. The 58’ boat was designed for members of the Seawanhaka Corinthian and New York Yacht Clubs, to be raced in Long Island Sound. Documentation on “Apache” and her sisterships can be found in the Maine Maritime Museum in Bath, Maine. She was also featured in Wooden Boat Magazine #139, Dec. 1997. This original piece is available for purchase.