Prototype 1 of 3, test fit done and ready for final sanding and finish. #handmade #design #woodworking #metalworking #toronto
I made this little charcuterie board/cheese board/what have you for a good friend of mine, so we decided to break it in and load it up with good food.
The board is Walnut with carved bowls for whatever you might want to put in them and the knives are carved from Butternut. Walnut and Butternut are very similar species, so I thought they would make good companions for this set.
This little outdoor sitting bench was an add-on to the Mini Mioche build I finished recently, Dubbed “The Dad Bench” in the assumption that many of it’s inhabitants might be not-so-thrilled-to-be-shopping fathers who might like a time out here.
The slats for the bench were resawn from heritage Douglas Fir timbers that came from Toronto’s Distillery District. It’s great that the district keeps this lumber and makes it available to it’s tenants and their respective makers, so that this historic wood can live a new life in an old home.
So, if you find yourself on Case Goods Lane, have a seat!
Carving…#handmade #design #craft #furniture #woodworking #custommade #reclaimedwood #toronto #salvageinteriors
Working on some seating…#handmade #design #craft #furniture #woodworking #custommade #reclaimedwood #toronto #salvageinteriors #metalworking (at Salvage Interiors)
The last two months of my life have culminated in the work you see in these photos and it’s incredibly satisfying to see everything completed and installed.
This is the second build iv’e done for Mini Mioche, they’ve just opened the doors to their Distillery District location in Toronto. This was a really fun project and I have to thank owner Alyssa Kerbel for putting her trust in me and pretty much giving me carte blanche.
We were able to obtain some historic Douglas Fir lumber from the Distillery District to use in this build and infuse a bit of the district’s history into the store’s furnishings. It all came together really well and looks right at home (because it is) in the space.
If you have kids to shop for you should probably pay a visit to Mini Mioche:
6 Case Goods Lane
Toronto, Onatrio M5A 3C4
Just got this load of heritage Douglas Fir beams in at the shop. I had to cut them in half outside just so I could get them inside. #reclaimedwood #woodworking #salvageinteriors #toronto
Here’s what the bike racks I posted about previously look like in action.
I recently finished this little Butternut console table; it caused me a lot of grief in the assembly stage, but it’s together now and the stress it caused me is relieved.
This is the first all wood piece iv’e done in a while and also one of the few. It was nice to work in only one material for a change.
Some more work I did for Tosho Knife Arts Recently…
Unfortunately I can’t take any credit for the design of this piece, I made it to match the cabinetry they already had for displaying their knives and modified it slightly to meet some different demands. There are magnets concealed in the wood to give the knives the appearance of magically standing on their handles.
Store bought dowels aren’t any fun… Make your own. #handmade #craft #woodworking #furniture #toronto #salvageinteriors #latergram
This little guy is more useful than most of my power tools. #veritas #handplanes #woodworking #craft #toronto
Twins. #handmade #handcrafted #furniture #design #woodwork #metalwork #walnut #Toronto #salvageinteriors #custommade
I finally finished up this coffee table for a good friend of mine after months of it being put aside for other work. This is the first project iv’e used my compact bender for aside from some steel hooks and other stuff for around the shop, so it was nice to put it to work for something a little more interesting.
This table is actually one of four pieces that are being made from the same Walnut slab, pictured above before being cut into it’s different sections. Stay tuned for the rest.