Local Hawaiian wood

Monkeypod slab desk with metal legs

Here’s a desk we made a couple of months ago. We glued up two Oahu North Shore monkeypod slabs and matched them with black steel  legs. One long side of the top features a nice curvy edge and the other end of the desk top was cut straight to allow it to be placed snug to the wall.  

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Monkeypod x Walnut dining table

This kitchen dining table stands 30″ tall, 98″ long , and 36″ inches wide. Made with solid hawaiian monkeypod and walnut wood. The monkeypod top measures 1-3/4″ thick giving it a nice and substantial look. The two long edges of the table top have a natural curvy finish for organic feel. The loop legs are made of solid walnut wood, which is a great alternative to metal legs. The wooden table legs give a warm…

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Highly figured monkeypod table

Here is a highly figured monkeypod dining table with feather crotch features is a one-of-a-kind sable made locally in Kakaako, Honolulu. The slab was salvaged locally too, making this an extremely environmentally-friendly piece of furniture. This special slab top was matched with mid century walnut legs. Its compact size, being 52″ long and 30″ wide, is perfect for condo living. The whole table has been finished with clear coat satin varnish.    

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Custom conference table

This Hawaiian monkey pod conference table is one of a kind. We just delivered it to an organization in Manoa. It features mostly straight edges but two long sides of the conference table top has live edges, giving the table a natural and gorgeous look. The legs are also made of monkeypod wood. Sized at 96″ long and 42″ wide, this particular conference table was designed to seat 6 people. Carefully handcrafted by Satoshi Yamauchi,…

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Hotel credenza

Hotel credenza made of koa plywood match with 3-tier marble countertop. This is a perfect example where traditional meets modern. Matching modern flat-design doors with a marble top,  classic handles and a traditional looking base. This credenza was made for a hotel on Oahu but can easily be part of a high end residence.    

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