Tag Archives: Reclaimed wood

Double Ladder Shelf

What’s better than one six foot ladder to hang/display stuff on? TWO ladders, attached with hinges at the top, made out of reclaimed barn wood with removable shelves. Oh happy day. I really don’t want to part with this piece. … Continue reading

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The Box

It was an idyllic day on Grout pond last week. The weather had finally climbed out of the 50’s, the sun was shining, and the wind was at a minimum in the high valley between Stratton mountain and Mount Snow. I … Continue reading

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“The Prohibition” 2016 edition – Saxtons River Distillery Rye Barrel Chair

Brattleboro is an eccentric town. I never know what I’ll see or encounter when I drive through it. Bordering the river between NH and VT on the VT side, it’s a mecca for breweries, amazing restaurants, and a thriving art … Continue reading

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The Barn Door

No matter our age, we all have things that we wish and hope for in life. I love being even just a small catalyst to help those things come true for others. “I’ve always wanted a barn door,” a client said to … Continue reading

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The Barn Wood Wall

It all started over a bonfire and a photo. “Hey, Mel, do you think you could do this in our living room?” As the project took on its own identity, I learned more about the couples’ history whose home I’d be … Continue reading

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Three-tiered Black Walnut Stand

Considered a premium domestic hardwood, black walnut is a dream to work with. It’s probably apparent that it’s my favorite because of how often I build items from its slabs. The rich color and unique grain, highlighted by a natural oil finish, … Continue reading

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Pallet End Table

You may remember this coffee table, made for a customer a few months ago: It now has a friend!  

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