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Gorgeous work table from an estate in Lovettsville, VA. It features solid poplar slab top and beautiful worn finish. This thing is well loved and well made – would make a great kitchen island.
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Our handmade table with steel i-beams and thick fir top make a great anchorĀ for a dining space, (and so does the amazing light fixture that we purchased locally and painted to coordinate with the table!)
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Our handmade industrial table also makes a great work stationĀ in our studio!

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Two views of our studio – after painting the previously purple and gold room a beautiful soft white. We love having a place to work where we can display our collections, including our vintage military photos.
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Awesome Art Deco style hair dryer from the 1940’s converted to a lamp.
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Recent pop up shop featuring one of our sweet cart tables.
Collection of German aluminum keys from WWII
Collection of German aluminum keys from WWII
Custom order of 48
Custom order of 48″ pine and walnut arrows atop a primitive cabinet.
Lovely custom framed butterflies ordered for a birthday gift from husband to wife.
Lovely custom framed butterflies ordered for a birthday gift from husband to wife.
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We transformed the cottage at Sweet Clover Barn into a vintage library.

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Vintage sofas and our beloved kudu anchored our design for the Cottage at Sweet Clover.
Vintage sofas and our beloved kudu anchored our design for the Cottage at Sweet Clover.

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Inspired by an antique bug zapper spotted in Italy, one of Ben's latest lighting projects.
Inspired by an antique bug zapper spotted in Italy, one of Ben’s latest lighting projects.
One of my favorite new lighting creations - triple dome light on handmade walnut, featuring a Crooke's radiometer that spins when the light comes on.
One of my favorite new lighting creations – triple dome light on handmade walnut, featuring a Crooke’s radiometer that spins when the light comes on.
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Giant Atlas moth in handmade walnut frame. This same walnut is being used for table tops in our workshop. It was storm-felled locally and has such beautiful grain that it does not even need stain.
Busy day of spreading and drying these lovelies.
Busy day of spreading and drying these lovelies.
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Recent commission – walnut and pine base with hand-forged steel rod and vintage cloth cord. Edison bulbs make everything cooler.
Awesome cowhide rug found at a Texas flea market. Sorry, keeping this one!
Picked up this great cowhide rug at at Texas flea market, and this velvet tufted bench at a barn sale — sorry, these are keepers.
I have a weakness for vintage drafting tables. And vintage drafting stools.
I have a weakness for vintage drafting tables. And vintage drafting stools.
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Love this iron detailing.
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Great iron and solid wood counter-height vintage chair.
Awesome collection of large vintage buoys found at a local estate sale. Perfect for a lake house or nautical designed space -- in the shop soon!
Rustic collection of large vintage buoys found at a local estate sale. Perfect for a lake house or nautical designed space — in the shop soon!
So this baby needs a little TLC, but the wood grain and claw feet would not let me leave it at the garage sale. She'll be lovely in someone's entryway once all cleaned up.
So this baby needs a little TLC, but the wood grain and claw feet would not let me leave it at the garage sale. She’ll be lovely in someone’s entryway once all cleaned up. The seat opens up for storage as well.
Sample table lamp from our new line of lighting. Recycled butcher block base with vintage-style red cord.
Sample table lamp from our new line of lighting. Recycled butcher block base with vintage-style red cord.

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Versatile lighting with an industrial modern look. Can be a table lamp...
Versatile lighting with an industrial modern look. Can be a table lamp…
...Or a unique and easy-to-hang sconce. They look awesome as a pair on either side of a couch or bed, or alone as a point of interest.
…Or a unique and easy-to-hang sconce. They look awesome as a pair on either side of a couch or bed, or alone as a point of interest.
I think she likes it.
I think she likes it.
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Crossed arrows handmade from reclaimed deck wood.
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Vintage Americana
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Side view of one of the finished carts
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Tools of the trade.
Sweet Hamilton drafting table and chair
Sweet Hamilton drafting table and chair
128 bolts. 256 holes drilled. 200 lbs of aluminum, steel, and pine. Maple butcher block top still to come!
128 bolts. 256 holes drilled. 200 lbs of aluminum, steel, and pine. Maple butcher block top still to come!
Our library, featuring Ben's latest creation - a 100 year old industrial cart turned table - and, of course, our bug collection.
Our library, featuring Ben’s latest creation – a 100 year old industrial cart turned table – and, of course, our bug collection.
A sitting room that we accented with a vintage velvet tufted table, some gemsbok horns, and 18 aluminum keys from WWII-era Germany. Little details go a long way!
Sitting room.
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Butterfly drying and spreading process
And the result...a beautifully preserved Birdwing butterfly on one of our handmade floating glass frames.
Birdwing butterfly on one of our handmade floating glass frames.
This guy is always looking at me when I am trying to get work done…
Got our hands on two more giant industrial carts -- the demo begins.
Got our hands on two more giant industrial carts — the demo begins.
Cart after rotted wood was removed, frame shortened, power-washed and sanded. I love the hand-hewn cross beam in the middle.
Cart after rotted wood was removed, frame shortened, power-washed and sanded. I love the hand-hewn cross beam in the middle.
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Decades of paint and years of weathering
I think I have a chair addiction. I'll be polishing these up for our market this Spring.
I think I have a chair addiction. I’ll be polishing these up for our market this Spring.

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