We have the pleasure of working with another NYC landmark and we will be recycling the trees that are being removed.
Once removed we mill dry and build.
Busy week trying to make things happen and clients happy.
12'x30 walnut bar for Seamtress on the Upper East Side in NYC.
Client came by the yard for turning blanks. Was able to pick up 12 different species of wood.
Another cash n' carry at the Flea.
Beautiful Brass Butterflies - nice alliteration!
Old pine barn door for Jordan Taylor Designs.
Mirror, also for Jordan Taylor Designs.
We sanded and painted 18 stools for Little Bits. Also made five of our hand carved, walnut, vintage tractor seat stools for Willie Jim's Pie Co. in Dallas.
12' x 5' "Beast of A Table"
Our stools in the Lone Star state. Not bad at all.
These spectacular beams held up a roof and provided shelter for a horse barn in Yonkers, NY for more than a 100 years. They have reincarnated as a table for the new offices of the Brookyln Flea. A great project for NYCS.
Legs were also crafted by us, work done in-house.
Building a 9 1/2' x 3 1/2' Old Growth Yellow Pine table for the Brooklyn Flea and a 12' x 5' Douglas Fir dining table for Little Bits.
Yellow Pine for the Bklyn Flea.
Big Doug Fir for Little Bits.
Today was the day to Set Off... Ready Set Rocket. We spent most of the day delivering and installing the tables. It was a pleasure and we are very appreciative of a locally based company's use of local merchants and local products. They're a great group of people. We had a blast RSR and thanks again!
We have our vintage tractor seats covered in leather. Very very nice. Up late fabricating the table legs for RSR.
Chocolate brown leather seats
Maybe walnut leather seats with matching walnut backs!
We have been working on readysetrocket.coms new gear and it's coming around. All glued up and ready to go. Tomorrow we start sanding.
Walnut table refreshed for a delivery tomorrow.
Working hard, all day and all night. Seven days a week. Four tables, two stumps, and two benches.
Cutting the legs and planing the beams from 292 Fifth Ave.
Jessica needed a "little something" to use in a specific spot in her home and found it at the Flea this afternoon!
Shop life - Working on walnut triangle tricycle stools for Mark and spraying a Fir table and benches as part of our ready made line. Oh so nice.
Fresh coat of oil, wipe it off and do it again.
Finishing touches on the stools.
How nice is that?!
Amy and Brian's tables are finished and ready for Detroit. Thank you very much for supporting local merchants.
Oh, and yes still working sanding some Fit tables getting ready for the flea.
They are almost ready for Patina.
It has been a busy day and we are still at it, doing our best to make our clients happy and meet all deadlines.
Placing the beams on the container and doing our best to keep them catalogued and protected. The little Towmotor is a beast!
Super Storm Sandy Oak for the backs of the 12 chairs we are crafting for the Crown Plaza Hotel in NJ. The chairs and tables are all from the same tree.
Cutting out the shape of the backs.
20 deep and ready to go. Stacked and stoked!
A little eye candy for you. Rock Star!
Got a call from a client who wanted to mill some trees he had taken down from his development property. We headed right over and WOW... nice, big, long trees to mill.
Right up our alley
Swamp Maple with lots of burls.
Mirror frames and hairpin legs. All hand made in NY.