Wooden Atelier

Heirloom Quality Furniture & Wooden Arts
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For decades, at the request of our clients, Heritage craftsmen have been designing
and crafting fine custom pieces of furniture. Utilizing the finest joinery techniques, and oftentimes incorporating
richly grained antique woods and historic artifacts – the goal has always been to create heirloom
pieces that inspire, and that are built to be handed down to future generations.



This shaker style clock was built for Mrs. Bush as a gift for a U.S.S captain. Crotch
walnut on the front with mesquite cross-banding and holly string inlay
with sand-shaded fans in the corners.



Why choose handmade furniture?

As the standard for most furniture becomes high quantity rather than high quality, the only way to compete is to adapt to a mechanized production method with extremely expensive cnc machines (or cheap labor). So you have a computer programer designing the furniture then programing the machine to perform the tasks, and once the initial investment of programing has been made you can mass produce whatever you have designed. Sounds great doesn’t it. But it doesn’t seem like the culture even considers the importance of having the simplest skills to create the basic necessities of life, its viewed more in terms of, if I tried to make this table for my home it will cost me x amount of money for materials and THIS much time to build it, so it is WAY cheaper just to buy it from the local retail furniture store.

We live in a consumer culture, where the cheaper the product is the more it will sell, and that mentality can only lead to compromised quality. The average durability of a dining table lasts between 5 to 7 years, because it has been designed and BUILT to be bought again, to “help keep the economy running”. But furniture is not supposed to be disposable, it should be built to last for generations.

What make a ture craftsman's furniture?

The attention to detail, solid wood and real joinery in a true craftsman’s furniture, is what sets him apart from the overwhelmingly saturated market of mass-manufacture fiberboard, glue and stapled constructions we call furniture. Which unfortunately doesn’t last longer than 3 years on average.


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