Even in the digital age, bookcases are still important.  They help organize and display your most treasured volumes.  This one is an Arts and Crafts inspired piece made out of cherry with all mortise and tenon joinery. As with most of my freestanding pieces, this is all solid wood. 

Cases help us form order out of chaos and look good while doing it.

A credenza made of hard maple with a pickled finish.  This custom piece has a very special home in the octagonal chapel of the Community of Christ International Headquarters in Independence, MO. 

This trunk features the same reclaimed fir and larch as the three drawer end table.  Used as a coffee table or at the end of a bed for storage.  Versatile across the generations.  

The wood for this end table came from a Potlach wood drying shed in Lewiston, ID.  Features three scaled and dovetailed drawers as well as through dovetails at the top.

This bookcase made of reclaimed pine has four adjustable shelves and a "ship lapped" solid wood back.

A pie safe in maple and painted poplar.  Use it in the office to store supplies or in a living area as a plant stand.

This 26 drawer apothecary cabinet in cherry with maple drawers features over 300 hand cut dovetails and turned knobs scaled to each drawer size.  This is the piece I am the proudest of to date. 

A five drawer chest in walnut proportioned to fit the needs of a modern wardrobe.  

Casework