This dining table was inspired by a design by Eero Saarinen displayed in the Cranbrook Museum. The top is bird's-eye maple with wenge geometric inlay. Legs are local Western Walnut and the base is built up from Walnut and Chrome-plated brass. The photo shows it in it's round configuration and a 14 inch insert expands it to create an oval top. It was built for a very special woman in Seattle.
by Matt Nov 28th 2012
Randy is a skilled craftsman and innovative designer. We brought Randy old growth wood we found in a mill pond on our property. From there he designed a built a table that fits in perfectly with our office and taste. Our conference table is the focal point of our office. The table is not just beautiful, but also a very functional piece that is used every day.
Office Furniture and Kind Size Bed
by Vera Nov 28th 2012
Randy made several custom pieces for me to fit a craftsman house. He took my rough ideas of what I needed, and some pretty specific size needs and made pieces that are works of art. His work is meticulous, he matched panels so that the patterns are symetrical, and above all, he LISTENED when I described what I needed. I needed to have a set of built-ins for the office in the home that would keep with the high-end character of the construction, yet still provide the huge amounts of storage that I needed. He made that office beautiful. When we sold the home, the new buyers made the sale contingent on keeping the bed Randy made for me. Before I moved across country I commissioned another bed to replace it. Randy's work is worth waiting for.