Here are photos of some of our projects. Both show pieces and custom work. If you see something that sparks an idea, use the comment box at the bottom of the page to drop us a line or call us at 678-622-7439. Thanks.

This is a custom live edge China Berry couch table. The legs were

made using stair balusters.

These are a few examples of our barnwood framing.

This is a custom fireplace rebuild. We did the hearth, stackstone,

mantel, shelving, framed artwork (frame and artwork), and refurbed

1940’s milk crate match and starter bin.

These are just a few examples of the caddys that Becky makes from

antique sewing cabinet drawers. They range from kitchen and bathroom

utility caddys to holiday and everyday centerpieces.

These are just a few examples of our custom light fixtures. we also did

the live edge island countertop in picture #3.

We just started making bird houses for our shows. These are all

bluebird houses, but we make them for many species.

These are some of our live edge serving trays and beer flights.

This is a custom bookshelf made from live edge cherry and galvanized

pipe.

These are examples of our live edge and barnwood serving trays

and cutting boards. We can and do make them in all shapes and sizes.

Here are some examples of end tables, bars, coffee tables and couch

tables that we have done. All custom work.

This is a custom dining room table made from hay loft rafters. Our

client already had the bench seats and wanted a table to match.

At the end of March we were contacted by a couple who had seen our work at the Conyers Cherry Blossom Festival and fell in love with our live edge chandeliers. When we met with them at their consult to make a custom light to hang over their kitchen island, they also asked us to make three chicken feeder pendant lights to hang over their bar. At the same time, another client had hired us to turn an antique ladder into a light over her kitchen island. Once it was hung up, she then asked about a light for her foyer. I had one of the chicken feeder lights in my car, and she fell in love with the idea. However, we flush mounted hers and added an antique glass insulator to tie in with the light in her kitchen.

As mentioned above, here are pictures of the antique ladder light and the black walnut live edge chandelier that we created for the kitchens of two of our clients.

One of our very first pieces that we made together was a China berry live edge wine rack that was naturally in the shape of a wine bottle. At the Spring Barn Sale at H and H Homestead, we had someone ask us to make a similar wine rack, but bigger and in a darker finish. Fortunately, we had this awesome black walnut slab at home, just waiting to be turned into a wine rack. Again, we did very little to the shape–just some sanding brought out its natural wine bottle curves. A little Tung oil mixture and some polyurethane finished this beautiful piece.