Friday, December 5, 2014
There are two new posts below, photos of some of the large projects I have been working on since my last post in sept. I am planning on attending Alameda antique fair on Sunday dec 7, weather permitting. I will update tomorrow(sat dec 6th) if we decide to cancel. Latest weather report shows rain likely sunday afternoon. Since it takes me 2-3 hours to load at end of day, I am reluctant to chance all my furniture and cargo blankets getting put away wet. Hoping to attend, but if not I will be back at the February market. Thanks to all for a very productive 2014. Best, Bryan
Here are a couple shots of 12' long community table made for Sunnyvale coffee shop, has 18 plugs on top. Thats alot of devices:)
Recently completed planters for local restaurant. Barriers are removeable and planters are on wheels
These shots show three pcs of 9' tall 7' wide armoire made to be installed as one cabinet. We carried these up a narrow staircase to top flat of a SF victorian, put together onsite. Last couple photos of finished product
Friday, September 5, 2014
|This coffee table made from rough sawn doug fir, two lids open to storage inside|
|industrial cart as coffee table|
Here are several photos of custom kitchen cabinet order in progress. I will post another set of photos once all in place with countertops and sinks, etc. installed
|Bread making station|
|free standing hutch|
|Small cabinet, bathroom?|
|Custom lunchroom tables made for local software firm|
|Heavy steel shelf unit|
|Very Heavy cast iron top, was originally machine base, polished. Added base shelf and a pullout shelf at mid point, both maple.|
A couple shots of pcs made for new Philz coffee shop, recently opened on 9th st and Gilman in Berkeley.
|Coffee table, legs I purchased at the flea market in SF, very unique, some kind of industrial machine base originally. Cast iron, polished.|
Friday, July 4, 2014
Cute little baby skid. I have seen many full size skids over the years, this little one caught my eye. I took it apart ran the hardwood slats thru the planer then oiled and clearcoated top. Steel frame has been polished and waxed. Nice!
Next up this vintage drafting table. Has "Leibtz SF" label. Frame is oak, cast iron adjustment parts.
These tables(I have two) are intriguing. HEAVY wrought iron plus copper top surfaces. From their appearance, they have seen some weather. Nice pick at the flea:)
Custom Armoire. Very nice antique cast iron hardware, the number "1" at top off of Ebay. Old theatre seat numbers I believe.