Monthly Archives: July 2013

Bar Stools Continued — Legs and Seat

There has been lots of process these past few days.  All of the work culminated in being able to assemble the bases this morning before I went to the AWFS show that’s held here in Las Vegas every other year. … Continue reading

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Bar Stool Continued — Design Evolution

Designing a new project from scratch is a wonderful albeit frustrating process.  Making mockups from cardboard, foam core, masonite, etc. is a great way to supplement scale drawings but sometimes you don’t really see what you have until you have … Continue reading

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Bar Stool Makeover Continued

Well, here you have it and all I can say is “so far, so good” but it took some doing to get to this point.  There’s a reason you make prototypes for items such as this and the journey has … Continue reading

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Bar Stool Makeover

Well, yes we do have a set of bar stools and they really are pretty nice.  Matter of fact, we’re always asked if we made them because they appear to be a laminated Zebrawood form but; must admit, they’re not … Continue reading

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First Peek, but not like at the Movies

One of the marketing things I’ve learned about is to show what you’re marketing with an intended use.  Perhaps this will expose a potential client to something they didn’t even know they needed!  For the most part I’ve been letting … Continue reading

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Will Miss this Box!

  This was one of my favorite boxes out of the Slanted Dovetail series.  It’s about 6 1/2″ tall by 6″ wide and is close to 11″ in length.  Why this box was special is the stunning grain pattern of … Continue reading

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Traveling Time — Me and a Box!

Yesterday, the day after Independence Day was one for traveling.  The easy traveler was this box that I sold to a customer in Colorado. This was the first order I’ve ever been requested to send via USPS Express Mail and … Continue reading

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