Blvd Bistro and Bar, 92-77 Queens Blvd., Rego Park, NY
We created all the woodwork for this restaurant in record time. Using Ebony stained White Pine, we made the paneling, bar, tables, stools, shelving, privacy screens and even a desk for the business center and a bench for the lobby.
A front and back bar made from two 21' walnut slabs sourced from the Pocanos.
We also created 21 walnut tables for the restaurant, all made from the same two trees.
Reclaimed Wood Table
This White Pine table was constructed in two pieces because of fit constraints and completed in record time - less than a week from start to finish!
Black Walnut Bar and Tables
We craft this stunning Black Walnut bar and tabletops for a restaurant in Cedarhurst, NY.
Steel and Black Laminate Desk
We don't normally do a lot of work in laminate but we got the opportunity to create these very sleek and modern desks made of black laminate tops and steel. They turned out better than expected. Welove them.
A long time client, CSI wanted to have a reclaimed wood wall panel installed quickly. We skipped planed White Pine for the rustic effect and did an overnight installation.
Red Wood Table
This beautiful red wood table was made from wood that we sourced from NYC water tanks. Added Kluger legs and it's good to go.
Black Walnut Table with Glass Inlay
Stained White Pine Benches
Pleasantville Hiawatha Masonic Lodge, 283 Manville Rd., Pleasantville, NY 10570
The Pleasantville Masonic Lodge was sorely in need of tables and seating for their members. We're happy that we were able to provide them with five tables and six benches made our of White Pine and stained Gunstock.
Custom Oak Bar
Havana Cafe, 1247 Castle Hill Ave., Bronx, NY
We created the bar at the original Havana Cafe, so when the owners asked us to build and install the bar at the soon-to-be-opened second Havana Cafe, we jumped at the chance. Oak bar is 33' long and has 12 butterflies in various sizes. Stunning!
Three 14' Walnut slabs from Oneida, NY were used to craft this beautiful wrap around bar. We were recommended to them by the owner of Spigolo Restaurant when they were not able to find the right marble color they originally wanted. Bar was built and installed in 10 days.
ABV wanted to upgrade and we were lucky enough to have been given the opportunity to collaborate with them on this project. Eight tables, a wall divider and a hostess stand later, all made from old growth Douglas Fir from 292 5th Ave.
Our neighbor's floors were rooting and they casked us for help. After looking at the beams that were 150 years load and too far gone to fix, we decided to mill oak beams and replace them. We then installed the white pine boards to finish the floors. Tough, but fun.