Since we had to create a ton of dust for the bathroom we figured, why not just do the closet too. Originally it had a small single door into the closet, a 24″ wide door, and then the space was about 5′ wide so you had to kind of crawl in there to get anything tucked away in the back. So we decided to open it up and put some drawers in as well. Room for two wardrobes.
The drawer faces and shelf trim are made out of the oak pallet that the shower walls came in.
I just finished a conference table for local nonprofit heroes Homeword. The top is made of bowling lane and the legs are from an old steel bridge girder. The Homeword logo in the middle was routed out and filled with stained bondo.
It has been a busy Spring and summer and I have had little or no time to get in the shop and make. But here is my most recent completion. The top is made of locally harvested elm, from trees taken down in Missoula. We actually have this same Elm and some local Birch for sale at Home Resource. $3/ board foot for
rough sawn 5/4. The frame is a steel framework that I had powder coated at Powder Coating of Monatana. This was made for a client in Missoula and I am currently working on the second table for her.