Made, right here, in the U.S.A.

Every effort has been made to select the best quality materials. It is getting increasingly harder to find good quality wood. That may seem "hard to believe", but most of the old growth lumber has been harvested years ago. Whenever possible, we will use older wood for its strength, and dimensional stability. We want our products to provide years of dependable service. Brian Lowery

Saturday, May 23, 2015

Toolboxes now have Images!

Using a Gel Medium, images can now be placed directly on wooden panels on the tool chest door.

 The outside case can be painted or have a natural wood finish.

 Let me know if I can make a "personalized" chest for your treasured items.

Friday, February 20, 2015

Custom Toolboxes

All solid wood with hand cut joinery. Secure handle allows fully loaded box to lifted with one hand.

Front panel can be customized, to make your toolbox truly unique.

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Table Top Easels

A lot of people would like to create art at home, but don't have room in their house for a dedicated studio. Most don't even have room for a full size easel. A good solution is a table top easel. It can turn your kitchen or dining table into a mini studio to paint. Shown below is the basic model ($35)
All models are adjustable and can even be positioned to over 90 degrees for working with pastels. This easel is made with optional cherry wood ($10 extra).
These easels can also be used to display various items.
Other options include: Walnut wood ($15 extra) and solid brass hardware ($10 extra)

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Kindling Boxes

I know it's not fine furniture, but it does serve a purpose. It holds "fat wood" or kindling, that makes starting a fire in the fireplace or woodstove a whole lot easier. Anyway, my client really likes the boxes, and that's what's important!

Sunday, March 31, 2013

A small Chest to Treasure

There is something special about an arched top treasure chest, shown here with a chestnut finish.

The top is formed with many narrow strips of wood. The origin of the shape could be based on its superior
load bearing strength compared to a flat top. Comes in handy should you want to bury it!
Top is secured with brass hinges that are attached with wood screws to the 3/4" pine. Your valuables can
be protected with a padlock that secures a brass hasp. Functional and beautiful too.

Sunday, February 17, 2013

A Tote with many uses

Now, you can have a sturdy, wooden crate with a "vintage" image on the front face. Just email

Monday, November 5, 2012

"Tiger Tank" Tool Tote

The most awesome tank of World War II was the inspiration for this project. From the "camo" paint scheme to the "pin up girls" in the bottoms of the drawers, this wooden tool tote screams Nostalgia.