As many of you know, The Joinery can generate a lot of scrap wood. We try to use as much as we can with smaller projects like bread boards and J Boxes, but occasionally we have to sell the overflow. For $60, you can take home a large bin of scrap wood of various sizes. Often times you can find some really amazing pieces! Sometimes we wonder where those pieces go and what they become. A few of our customers have been gracious enough to share their works with us, and since we've enjoyed them so much, we feel the need to share these projects with everyone.
This upcycled artwork by Michael Morehouse incorporates found, reclaimed, and Joinery scrap pieces. View more of his work here.
Fresh on the floor this week is our Pacific Sofa in Cherry with Chocolate Herringbone fabric. With its adjustable back and three reclining options, this sofa is comfortable, versatile, and fits everyone. The Herringbone fabric is commercial grade making it very durable, and the Chocolate color will easily integrate into most interiors. Shown in Cherry this piece retails for $3,950. To see different wood and fabric options, click here.
Please join us for a free, fun, informative afternoon at the Joinery featuring Neil Kelly designer Joel Fraley. Joel will be showing projects that feature custom design collaborations with The Joinery and helping you plan your
Attendees will also be given a shop tour of The Joinery's handcrafted wood furniture shop.
To RSVP email us here and enter for a chance to win a custom cutting board from the Joinery! Space is limited so please RSVP.
Fresh on the floor we have an incredibly beautiful Studio Dining Table in Madrone. We paired up the tab with six Madrone Kyoto Dining Chairs, and the combination is stunning. The table features two self-storing leaves and retails in Madrone for $4,615 and the Madrone Kyoto Chairs retail for $1,294 each.
Fresh on the floor this week we have a beautiful Cherry Ceilio Sofa. This piece would feel at home in any beach retreat - the bold pattern that was selected for this sofa is the perfect compliment to the Ceilio's simple lines. The combination of Cherry and the Kravet fabric shown retails for $4,298 - different options can be seen here.
While in our current "Heat wave" we thought it would be nice to feature a cool space. This retreat located on Lake Wenatchee, Washington is full of custom details that are not only unique but very functional. DeForest Architects and Theresa Benny Interior Design teamed up to create this modern yet comfortable cabin.
The living room above doubles as a sleeping porch - the coves to the right are seating by day and sleeping nooks at night. The privacy created by having individual nooks is brilliant.
One of the latest and easiest ways to implement design trends is color blocking. Color Blocking is the use of bold colors in interesting ways to add excitement to a space. The key to color blocking is bravely using BOLD colors. The trend is easy to implement because you don't have to use many colors, just enough to add interest.
By painting the casing around the above door electric blue the architect has made what is already a focal point, much more interesting and unique. Imagine how ordinary and expected black trim would be, not nearly the same impact. Very brave and well done! Definitely take a minute to see more pictures from this project here, and be sure to note the clever pull for this door.
This week's fresh on the floor is a highly figured Western Walnut Live Edge Bed. Every time we get one of these beds on the floor it does not last long, but this one is particularly special. With amazing figured locally harvested Walnut material, this bed does come with a little up charge. It is available in Queen and fits a mattress only set up. Dimensions are: 87" d x 82" w x " h. The price for this one is $2,862.
Fresh on the showroom floor this week is the Tansu Sideboard. This simple clean design works well in modern and Asian inspired spaces. It features a beautiful dovetail top, hand forged pulls and is made out of Cherry from the Collins Companies. This piece is 20" deep x 74" long x 30" high and is $4,630 in Cherry.