Woodworking

Monkeypod table top and walnut legs

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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Headboard and closet doors

Our customer has recently sent us some photos of their newly decorated bedroom. The designer’s taste really shows. The white, green, brown, grey color palette really ties in well in this ocean front condo in Waikiki. The headboard and closet doors are made of sapele wood, stained to a “koa”-like color, finished in satin lacquer.    

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George Nakashima tribute table

Here is a George Nakashima tribute dining table made by Satoshi Yamauchi. It is made entirely out of walnut wood. Its size is W 36″ x L 90″ x H 30″ and it was carefully designed as a table that can seat up to 8 people comfortably. The walnut wood was stained to a darker finish, giving it a charcoal color. This table combines both shaker style and Japanese aesthetics in one design. George Nakashima…

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Earpod dining table & a matching bench

Here is a nature inspired 10 seater dining table made of earpod slabs grown in Honolulu, Hawaii. These EarPods slabs came from the grounds of State Capital so there is a historical aspect to these particular furniture pieces. The legs are made of flat metal bar, coated in matte black. The matching bench is also created from the very same tree to allow for consistent color and texture throughout the dining set. Size: W 43″ L…

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Hotel room mini remodel

We helped remodel a hotel condo unit at the Ilikai Hotel. We designed and fabricated a wide wood panel headboard and two sliding shaker style doors. Both items are made of stained Sapele and clear coat lacquered in a satin sheen. Installed, complete with high precision Japanese sliding door hardware pieces. The two new improvements made to this hotel room allows for a breezy Hawaiiana feel.  

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