A Green Woodworker, LLC started as a garden furniture business but to stay busy with economic uncertainty we have gone on to other services. We have designed and produced one of a kind furniture from a variety of materials. We have also designed moldings/ millworks along with restorations turn of the century molding/ millworks. We have also done restoration and repairs to antiques and family heirlooms.
This entry door and side lights were designed for a log cottage in No. Minnesota, it was my first commissions. I carved the window inserts with white pine and oak. The door was made out of western red cedar.
This church window is one of the oldest project we have restored, near 150 yrs old. The trim work on this is mostly original. The window sill, trim extensions and apron where fabricated for the interior, the exterior trim was completely replaced.
This is one of my project that was completed in Nov. 2008. There are a variety of woods used here, brown and black ebony, wenge, purple heart, white and red oak, black walnut, spalted beech, tiger maple, and brown oak burl.
This table was created using library table that had been salvaged, reclaimed floor joist, a church pew, and pine lumber that was harvested at the clients property.