Here are photos of pieces completed in month of Oct., plus vanity photos with countertops installed. I posted vanities some time ago, I recently visited the jobsite and they have countertops installed on these two. I look forward to posting photos of all finished bathroom vanities(5), also Kitchen Island. To see up close details just click on individual photos. The hutch and jelly cabinet are available at Abode, Half Moon Bay. There is a link on this blog. The custom countertop was made for a client that wanted to cover a washer/dryer on one side, and create a shelf area for dining on the opposite side. Because of the unique shape I visited the jobsite and made a template. This piece is constructed of rough sawn Doglass Fir timbers, milled into long strips and glued up. The client wanted to retain some of the rough hewn saw marks, nail holes, etc. so it was not planed, rather I sanded extensively and then applied multiple coats of a water based clear coat. The painted cabinet is a piece purchased new by a client, then I painted the body and created doors to give this cabinet a unique look. It was quite generic when I started. This piece is going to Australia! The wall cabinet door(also hutch doors) was part of an old cabinet found at SF salvage yard. The doors had plywood where probably was originally glass. I thought they were cool because of the arched top edge and the fact that they had been sandblasted to remove the paint. I removed plywood and rebuilt doors with colorful beadboard. The wall cabinet has shelve sized for CD's. It is currently avail. The End Tables are built on the same theme as the benches I build. Multi-colored with a shelf underneath. Available. The last photos are of some more coatracks. The green one has very nice brass collectible antique knobs. The faucet handle one is avail. at Beach House Style, a very cool store in Fairfax, Ca. I will be showing again at Marin Farmers Market in Civic Center parking lot, San Rafael on Thurs. Nov. 12, also Sun. Nov 22, weather permitting.