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New to my woodworking library, this book will be a source of inspiration in our library. For a very long time I been drawn to the simplicity of George Naskashima’s design. While there are wonderful drawings and excellent photographs, it … Continue reading
Circa 1940 chairs arrived in our studio in desperate need of repair. The first step was to remove all of the original seat springs, webbing, and horse hair cushions. Next the chairs were taken apart and joints rebuilt as needed. … Continue reading
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Black Walnut slab, locally harvested. More details to follow…..
Ten things you should never say to an artist or craftsman: 1. Can you do this for free? It will be a great promotion for you. 2. That painting looks just like the one my mom downloaded from the internet. … Continue reading
Cabinets above counter tops are now installed. Next, trim out and make box for over the range hood.
Lower boxes are built and installed. This week the existing microwave and original cabinet shown in the photo will be removed to make room for the new range hood (argh, more demolition……will it ever end??)
Last night George helped install the cookbook shelf for the island, But he wants to know where the Chef put the Dogwart’s book of Gourmet Cooking? For those that want to know: the shelves are Walnut, one coat of tinted … Continue reading
After 2 coats of General Finishes Enduro-var to the bottom the bread board ends were attached. Spring joint with glue in the middle and pins at the ends. This type of joint should minimize chances of the top splitting.
This is a glimpse of our kitchen, and yes for those of you that requested more photos of George he has made another cameo appearance. The goal is to get the island done in 3 weeks. Ready, set, go……….