I’d like to introduce you to our most recent project: a desk for Stephen’s studio!
Teak is a commonly used wood here, but it’s quite expensive. Because of this, teak pieces are taken from old buildings and re-sold at cheaper prices, inclusive of scratches, spills, and character. We stumbled through a “shop” that sold these used doors, windows, stairs, and random pieces of wood and came across a treasure.
That was in February.
And then it sat to the side of Stephen’s studio while we decided how we might turn it into a usable desk, particularly in a few areas where the wood was weak.
And then we conquered it, in a long quest for stability. I’m pretty sure Stephen wanted to ensure he could jump on the table if situations required.
But after all the work we put into it, he might be able to! And we really love how it turned out.