This project started with the texture of the circular sawn, salvaged douglas fir top. A digging mission for another project yielded the rusted angle iron that inspired the pedestal post. The clean bolt detail and resurfaced fir post inserts add a bit of polish to finish it off.
Salvaged oak handrails, custom steel brackets, and some mating bolts come together in the Corianda Wardrobe Rack to provide some relief in a room lacking closet space.
Composed of raw white oak, cracked black concrete and an old drain pipe, this urban artifact anchors a large room nicely.
Reclaimed, three-panel door used to create the desk legs:
Large, reclaimed two-panel door used to create the head and footboards:
The WILL bed and desk are designed to be grown up with, not outgrown. Salvaged doors form the solid backbone of these pieces. Orange accents add a touch of playfulness. The hope is that twenty years from now, he will come home from college and still feel comfortable in his room.