Throughout the last few months of uncertainty and unease, we have been profoundly grateful for the continued support of our clients that has allowed our entire team to keep working, albeit with slightly altered schedules. Coming to the workshop each day to craft beautiful furniture has always been a privilege to each of us and we’ve found that this creative release has taken on even more meaning lately.
We took a walk around the workshop last week and there are so many wonderful pieces headed out the doors soon, we thought we’d catch them before they go.
This custom white oak reference desk for Salve Regina University will make its way down to Newport, Rhode Island very soon. We have been lucky enough to partner with Salve Regina on their furniture installations before, so we are looking forward to this upcoming delivery and the chance to check on some of our previous pieces throughout campus.
There are lots of residential pieces for local interior designers leaving the shop soon, including a couple of custom dining tables and a custom occasional table for Huffard House and a custom screen door for Nicola’s Home.
The lines on our Davenport Collection are some of our very favorites and this custom Davenport Chest is no exception.
We’ve built our longest Rivers Waterfall Table at 9ft. long. Everyone here at the shop is excited to see a photo of this piece in place.
There are a few custom variations of Gates Tables in the works and soon to be headed to their new homes soon.
A trio of waterfall occasional tables – one coffee and two end tables – will leave soon. We’re very pleased with how these three minimal pieces turned out!
Finally, another Harkness Table for Phillips Exeter Academy is in the works and will be delivered to New Hampshire later this month.
Thank you for joining us on our virtual spring workshop tour and as always, thank you for your continued support.