Custom Furniture, Wall Art & More
There are three things I do. One, I build custom furniture. Two, I create unique wall hangings. And, three, I repurpose furniture and throw-away materials into useful pieces of furniture.
Over the last six months, I’ve built six barn doors, a wooden accent wall, cocktail tables, a built-in bathroom vanity, and built-in shelves. At the same time, I’ve also repurposed a dresser into a liquor cabinet and turned an old TV armoire into a coffee station.
With the wall hangings, I’ve designed, built, and painted several large wall hangings using fence slats and graphics of iconic restaurants and hotels in the Denver area.
I’m always up for trying new things. If you have an idea you’d like to discuss, give me a call or text at 720-427-5660.
Custom Furniture & Finishing
We build custom furniture, including barn doors, dining tables, and vanities. We specialize in rustic furniture that highlights the character for its wood. We also refinish older pieces and finish newer pieces with a professional finish.
We even give old furniture new life by repurposing it to a new function. We have upcycled old pianos into bars and old desks into end tables.
I can create a custom or semi-custom piece for you. You decide the image, materials, size, and finish. You’ll end up with a cool looking wall hanging you’ll be proud to show off.
Colfax Avenue Signs
We have been collecting images and creating wall art from Colfax Ave. Take a look at the wall art we’ve already created and what we can create.
Colorado License Plates
I can create a wall hanging with the distinctive look of a Colorado license plate. Customize the size and the wording on the wall hanging, like your family or business name.
You have an interest in repurposing furniture. Maybe you already have an idea or you’re just exploring. I’d love to help you along the way. I’ve had a blast with the things I’ve created. I’m going to share some things I’ve learned so you can avoid my mistakes. And you...
I’ve been wanting to do a repurposed piano for a couple years. I’d seen some really cool repurposed pianos on Pinterest and other places. I kept my eye out for a piano on Craigslist. There are plenty of used pianos being given away on Craigslist. The problem was whether or not I could get the piano to my house.
I had always wanted to repurpose a piano into a bar or a desk. I finally found one that I could experiment on and finished up a piano bar a few weeks ago. Here are some of the things I learned along the way that will help me in future projects:
Get in Touch!
Are you interesting in having something built? Great. I'd love to help. Give me a call or text at 720-427-5660 or fill out the form to the right and we can set up a time to talk. No pressure. I'm just interested to hear what you're thinking.