We build unique solutions to unusual problems. Custom built-ins, tables, sideboards, and creative storage ideas in difficult spaces – we make these things happen, beautifully. 

We repair and restore antique and modern furniture. Call us for an appointment, or just come on by. 

You might have a project in mind that would turn wasted space into something useful and appealing, or make a dull corner attractive. Maybe you have a stash of wood from your granddad’s shop, or a special piece of stained glass. There may be a special occasion coming up – a birth, wedding, housewarming, retirement, anniversary, (or divorce!). Or maybe you would just like to own a really fine piece, something to cherish now and hand down to your kids.


You can come to us with finished drawings, a picture from a magazine, or just an idea you’ve been thinking about, and we’ll help you arrive at a finished design. We’ll build it the way you want it – it’s a fun and rewarding process for both parties, and the finished piece is more enjoyable to you, and more meaningful. From office suites to doghouses – if you can imagine it, we can build it!

Cherry Hutch, leaded glass, beaded panels

White oak Stickley-style settle and matching coffee table.  Cat  optional.

Beaded maple base cabinet, bookcases above

A garden loveseat, made from Ipe, ages gracefully on the lawn of a Renaissance friend

The heaviest single thing we’ve ever made, this conference table, made of white oak and walnut, is 19 feet long. The "veneers” on this table are re-sawn, 3/16” thick, and book matched end-to-end. We glued and pressed them on both sides of a 1 in thick core in our vacuum table. 

Hand carved bedposts from the early 1800’s will form the corners of a 4-poster bed. We found newspaper shims in these posts with news of slave ships arriving!

A sunny red oak window seat and bookcase fills the wall of a Pullman living room.

An 11’ tall cherry armoir graces the entry to a Pullman home. 

A mahogany lectern and tabernacle are the heart of the new All Saints Catholic Church in Lewiston. 

A cherry dining room table, made for a customer to match her new Renaissance kitchen.

As designed, and approaching completion: a unique bath vanity in a historically important house in Moscow. The owner is a highly-attuned historian and architect, and knew exactly what he wanted; his renovated bathroom is a sight to behold!

Curly maple tray table, with upturned walnut ends, awaits its pedestal.