While I have a number of pre-designed pieces in my shop, I often do custom work. Custom can mean anything from changing a few dimensions on a piece so it is a better fit for your space, to some of the more involved pieces you see below.
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ADJUSTABLE PIANO BENCH
Mahogany, with leather top
I no longer work in tropical hardwoods, but this piece was made from leftover bits from my days as a custom window maker. The top is vat dyed Connolly leather (the kind found in Rolls Royce and Bentley automobiles, this a leftover piece form my father's restoration of an Armstrong Siddeley) and the legs have solid bronze ferules. I made it to match a small grand piano that had been lovingly rebuilt for a local church. Fine height adjustments are made with the knurled disc, large adjustments are made with the brass knob underneath.
This sewing center is based on a design published by a popular magazine. The original was an exercise in plywood; this is an exercise in frame and panel construction, mortice and tenon joinery, and hand cut dovetailed drawers. The Singer machine was inherited by the recipient of the piece, and while old, is still newer than my Singer treadle with the moving bobbin...