Category Archives: Art Furniture

Muggle Job

It’s been a few months since I have been able to do any work on the furniture. I had to take on a regular paying job in order to keep things going until the tables start selling. The learning curve … Continue reading

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First Table Prototype

The first table was an opportunity to experiment and make mistakes on wood that wasn’t suitable for tables that I intend to sell.  And it also serves as a proof of concept prototype – a way to know if the … Continue reading

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The Furniture Garden… Yay!

This is work that I have for years been wanting to do, but didn’t have time because most of my time was being spent taking care of the food gardens.  Once the decision about whether or not to put my … Continue reading

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More Furniture Garden

My furniture focus of the last few years has been older furniture that I refinished and added either decorative elements to the surface or art. One of our friends from Columbus, Georgia got me interested in working with furniture in … Continue reading

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The Furniture Garden

A while back I did some work on a small bookshelf belonging to my son. It was made by his dad as a high school woodworking project. When my son was little, it was used to store some of his … Continue reading

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Update On The Painted Canvas Floor Cloths

I’m not happy with the result. Well, I think it looks just fine, but I put a non-slip coating on the back, and I put it on the hem as well as the rest of the back. That was a … Continue reading

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Citrus Solvent and Painted Canvas Floor Cloths

I’ve been working on painted canvas floor cloths. So far, I’ve used latex wall paint for my background, and oil based stencil paints for the patterns. I’ve been designing and cutting my own stencils (with some heavy borrowing from stencil … Continue reading

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