Welcome to some of our newest CustomMade artisans
Lets give a warm welcome to some of the newest CustomMade members! Here they are!
“At Brian Cullen Furniture we design and build one-of-a-kind and limited-edition furniture and custom cabinetry. Whether you are interested in an existing piece from our portfolio or want us to design something uniquely yours or if have an idea you would like us to help you realize, the end result will be the embodiment of quality, inventiveness and the highest level of craftsmanship.” These doors were “Fabricated of solid Walnut and laminated white glass these doors interlock when closed to form a translucent, geometric screen.”
“At Blackburn Furniture Makers, we specialize in built to order furniture. All work is done “in house”. Everything from dovetailing and turning, to carving and finishing is done at our shop. All of our furniture is made using traditional woodworking techniques. Great care is taken from the selection of the lumber, to the application of the finish, to ensure that your piece is even more than you imagined. Whether you would like a reproduction of your favorite Chippendale chair, or a contemporary table, we will work with you to create exactly the piece you desire. ” “Beautiful Philadelphia side chair. The wood is Mahogany. The chair is built the way the colonial cabinetmakers would have made it. Including through mortise and tenon joints in the back seat rails, wedged for additional strength. Cabriole legs, and hand carved ball and claw feet, as well as two shells carved by hand. All carving was done by hand “in house”. A shellac finish was used to enhance the richness of the wood. ”
“Handmade pottery by Kennth Merrill. Specalizing in Custom Dinnerware, Table Lamps and Sinks. We offer a wide selection of handmade pottery including mugs, bowls, vase, clocks, platters, wallart, RAKU, planters, garden art, teapots, canister sets, tile murals, and more!”
“Michael Yates is a designer, woodworker, and engineer who designs and builds custom furniture, cabinetry, and architecture. While living in Kyoto, Michael was inspired by the serene aesthetic and unparalleled standards of craftsmanship inherent in Japanese homes and temples. Now he combines these ideals with his own design sensibilities and engineering experience to create projects ranging in scale from boxes to buildings. He continues a tireless study of his craft and has lectured for the Japanese American Society on the topics of Japanese joinery, architecture, and design and woodworking history. He lives in Austin, Texas, where he was born.” This piece is “Three drawers with latigo pulls, sliding doors, and sculpted detailing.”