A potty training problem turned hour long graphic design exercise, enter Weston’s Potty Chart.
Using Adam Savage’s EDC 2 plans, we constructed bags from a recycled sail and retired climbing rope. It taught me how to sew and to use new materials.
Repairing a 120 year old chair by adding some of my own style and forcing myself to just go for it.
With personal touches and a classic approach, our first child’s nursery design
Three friends in Northern Michigan have turned an agricultural process into a hobby. More importantly, the Sugar Shack is a place to enjoy each other’s company and sell some syrup.
Thoughtful and creative gifts can be difficult to come by. In a search for a timeless toddler gift, I stumbled upon wooden alphabet blocks and decided to design my own. The end product is a gift to a one year old that I am proud of and had the opportunity to learn along the way about how laser cutting and beeswax can be combined…
When functionality of a space is lacking, it’s imperative to maximize the potential. To accomplish in this instance, a floating shelf is made out of an old cribbing beam.
A modern update to our Victorian hip chair.
A different stylistic approach was taken in an effort to portray the alphabet.
We were in search of a large bookshelf. The solution was to design a piece of simplistic furniture matching the character of our brick encased home.