Off the Beaten Path

Sometimes, a project just comes up – and a lot of times, it can be made out of wood! Tables installed right out on the farm, new screen doors for summer, new handles for the propane stove, even a kitchen sink! I enjoy a challenge, and I enjoy using the properties of wood, even in unexpected applications. Take a look through the gallery of some of my more unusual pieces, below, and let me know if I can work on a special project for you!

When you’re working outside, sometimes, you just want a nice spot to set your cup of coffee down! I enjoy working with what’s available in the landscape to create spaces where we can take a moment to enjoy God’s creation.
I am in the process of building a farmhouse-style kitchen sink, and it’s always good to start with a prototype!
This bathroom sink is made from Eastern White Pine, dovetailed, and finished with epoxy and marine varnish. The simple stand, with one tray shelf, is also of Eastern White Pine. It’s working great!
A votive holder, to remind you of that little cabin the Maine woods…
When it came time to replace a screen door, I opted for cedar. I made removable panels of no-see-um screening, so that I can swap them out with glass panels seasonally.
When the plastic knob on our camp-stove broke, it was a perfect time for an upgrade!
A mahogany knob with a little decorative gouging, finished with marine varnish for durability and easy cleaning.
One great thing about making it yourself is the ability to customize. Toothbrushes, combs, shelf spacing, towel bar, all adjustable to what you keep on-hand for daily use.

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