Stuff for Your Inner Puff
Gallery of Earlier Our Work
Okay, it’s hard to say exactly what happened here. If you could see the original drawings we made for what this clock would look like, you would know exactly what we mean. But this is just one of those times when a project completely and utterly took on a life of its own and became what it wanted to. Every step of the way, with each piece of wood we were working on, our intentions and its will did battle, and we lost. But boy do we love the outcome!
Based on the success of our Mini Case Lights, we decided to go bigger with our design. This lamp is one of a trio that is shown in one of the photos. For this lamp, we chose to work with Tiger Oak (quartersawn white oak) for a classic grain one so often associates with stained glass and mission style furniture. We shaped, planed and mitre cut the boards, routing 3 grooves in each piece—two to capture the soldered glass panels and one in the center to house the strip lights. The top and side
A six panel chest constructed from Poplar and Walnut, lined with a quilted fabric liner to match the carvings on the outside.