Double Decker Coffee Table

This 20″ x 30″ x 16″ coffee table is made from scrap Cherry and repurposed Jatoba surfaces that I made for a different project that didn’t work out. I’m really pleased with how it turned out, which is good, because I’m keeping this one.

If you’d like me to make you something like this, email dt@dtfabs, call/text 206.271.6133, or fill out the form below.

Heirloom Cedar Barn Door

This 7′ x 7′ Sliding Barn Door is made from fifty year-old cedar planks and salvaged old growth fir 2x4s from back when they were actually two inches by four inches. The 16′ headboard is also made from vintage fir studs. Door features two vintage leaded glass windows, 1′ x 6′ and is mounted on a double-length rail with slow-close hardware at each end. Sixteen 1/2″ steel dowels hold the whole thing together.

This one tooks me months to build. The windows, at 1/4″ thick, were too fragile to use for the milling and fitting process, so I had to make proxies out of plywood. The whole thing was so big it had to be assembled not only onsite, but on the mezzanine where it lives.

If you’d like me to build you something like this, email, call/text 206.271.6133, or fill out the form below.


Teredo Clamwood Spice Rack

Salvaged Teredo Clamwood, which is milled from logging booms used to float timber down Puget Sound. The clams dig burrows in the booms, which when milled make for unique and interesting texture on this decades-old material. Roughly 18″ H x 12″ W x 3″ D. Holds 16 standard-sized spice jars.

Offered for sale: $45. For more information, or to commission a spice rack, email

Teredo Clamwood Bookshelf

Salvaged Teredo Clamwood. 96″ tall x 36″ wide, shelves 10″ deep x 11″ high.

Built this as part of a larger renovation/installation. Teredo clamwood is milled from logging booms used to float timber down Puget Sound. The textured holes/tunnels are made by Teredo Clams, who dig burrows in the booms and live their lives there. The picture above is of the final installation, nestled next to an alternating-tread stair (to an attic I renovated) made of the same material.

Not for sale. If you’d like to commission a shelf like this, email dt@dtfabs.