Examples of our work
Prices are listed for information only.
The Kitchen Table
Black Walnut with reclaimed wenge accents, finished with linseed oil and natural pine resin.
This is the best table you could ever own. Designed to perfect proportions, this table invites you to sit for hours, lingering over great conversation.
Carved bowed legs and arched apron give the illusion of both lightness and weight.
Seats 8 comfortably, 10 intimately.
The Cleopatra Table
Maple finished with linseed oil and natural pine resin, on a white steel frame.
This custom table was built based on designs provided by our client, who needed a small dining table that could be extended for special occasions. Our shop provided the custom-designed table extension system. The steel frame was built by Fernando Gonzalez (www.projetsoudure.com) and finished by Tonic Peinture (www.tonicprecision.com).
Our client's response? "Wow, wow et re-wow!!"
Grammy's Rocking Chair
Reclaimed mahogany finished with linseed oil and natural pine resin.
Based on a classic design (by Sam Maloof), this chair offers excellent support for you arms, back and legs, allowing you to enjoy many hours of comfortable cuddling. Built in memory of a beloved matriarch.
The Montréal Bench
Torrefied ash finished with linseed oil and natural pine resin, on a black steel frame.
Using a locally made black steel frame (Pierre Savoie), this bench is made with torrefied (roasted) ash (from Bois Public) from trees cut down in the City of Montreal to slow the spread of the Emerald Ash Borer. The process of torrefaction darkens the wood for a dramatic effect.
Sunday Morning Bench
Butternut finished with linseed oil and natural pine resin.
This spectacularly comfortable bench is hand-carved and designed to keep you feet flat on the ground, resulting in relaxed legs, feet and lower back. Built to be perfectly comfortable while lingering at the kitchen table over a Sunday morning coffee.
Customized white oak plinth with a 2 1/4 inch base. Finished with wood wax in ebony.
We worked with our client to propose solutions to limit vibration and to ensure that he got the best performance out of his sound system. He wanted a black plinth with visible wood grain. We think we nailed it!