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White oak desk with Brazilian Boxwood top stained with General Finishes Java Gel stain and Arm-R-Seal Semi-Gloss varnish. The joinery was loose tenons made with my Festool DF500 and XL700 Domino...
When my wife retired from teaching and started her 'volunteer career', she attempted to move herself and her stuff into my office space which is already too small. I run four businesses from there...
The Stand-Up Desk was designed to ease a friends back-problems from too much sitting on a normal desk. I chose cherry and mahogany with small wenge elements. The legs and cross-braces I shaped to...
Writing desk for my daughter,
Materials: Cherry, quilted maple and tiger striped mahogany inlay, holly and ebony banding and cuffs.
Finish: Amber shellac, non-wax shellac sealer/ wipe on varnish
Modeled after a Gustav Stickley writing desk (ca. 1900). Quarter sawn white oak with mission brown trans fast dye and Tried and True varnish oil. The desk is 12 1/4" deep by 26 1/2" wide by 54 14"...
This desk is a member of a lineage that has persevered since the late 70's. It is made with plain figure White Hard Maple and Birdseye maple. It is 40 inches wide and 28 inches deep. Closed up it...
A very unorthodox setup for a shop none the less apart from hand tools its kind of workable in a h&s contravening haphazard way!A place to escape and create.
Making this project, I thought "as simple as possible".
My shop is on the main floor of a dedicated building. I have a full metal shop on the lower floor where my dust collector and compressor live. I like to have multiple...
This Model hapens to be half the size of my existing shop. I currently have a 24 x 40 shop/garage, but no where near the tools that I have placed in my dreamshop on here. If I ONLY had the money...
This is a white oak writing desk that I designed and constructed for my daughter and son-in-law’s wedding gift. I designed it after looking at some Green and Green style pictures I...
Bastogne Walnut desk, built from five big slabs that were locally harvested. Overall dimensions are 71 x 31 x 31 inches and it weighs about 150 pounds. Ends are coopered. Traditional tenon and...
I built this desk a year ago right after my 16th Birthday. It is a Serpentine Bow Front writing desk make out of one slab of 14" x 9' x 10/4 Ribboned Sapele. Starting from the top is is a bookmatched...
Light Figure Tiger Maple Butterfly Tavern Table. Stained with aniline Dye, Shellac, and top coat of wax.
One of pair of old-school desktop organziers. Part of a rear desk unit built in to a full floor matching home office in Brookline Ma. Cherry with padauk accents, hand-rubbed oil and wax finish...
Header of the rear desk recessed into the rafters of the mansard. Built in to a full floor matching home office in Brookline Ma. Cherry, hand-rubbed oil and wax finish. Design contends with a trilvl...
Jason Paradis is an artist and artisan.
He makes things out of wood, paint, and other stuff.
A master craftsman, he offers quality, custom design & build services.
If you can dream it, he can...
The furniture of Jefferson's Monticello is the topic of this year's Working Wood in the 18th Century conference, co-sponsored by Fine Woodworking and Colonial Williamsburg. Jefferson himself (in the person of Williamsburg's Bill Barker) showed up often at the show, to answer questions about Jefferson's life, work, and philosophy.
This is my interpretation of a Craftsman style table with elements from Greene and Greene added in.
Quarter sawn white oak accented with bloodwood and walnut, and an antler handle.
This was a gift...
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