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Live edge monkeypod slab desk

This is our latest live edge monkeypod slab desk. We decided to go with stainless hairpin legs to allow the monkeypod slab to be main character of this furniture. The three legged stainless legs make this a unique piece of office and study desk. The monkeypod was reclaimed over in the north shore of Oahu in the state of Hawaii. Handcrafted carefully by Satoshi Yamauchi. We hope that this handcrafted desk allows its new owner…

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New tsugite collection dining table

This Tsugite Collection table features eight traditional mortise and tenon joints. No screws were used on the joinery. We designed this table with the hope that the design and finish conjure a calm sensation rooted in Japanese craftsmanship. This is a bar height table (H37″) and is made entirely of solid sapele wood. Two edges of the table top have been sculpted in the live edge style.  Finished with multiple coats of clear lacquer. No stain applied.…

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Custom monkeypod vanity

This is our custom monkeypod vanity built for a home in Diamond Head. It is an open style vanity made of local hawaiian monkyepod wood. The continuous grain running across horizontally catches the viewer’s attention. The countertop is also made of monkeypod wood. The entire vanity has been coated with a few coats of clear conversion varnish for superior protection. We were excited to be using this sleek Toto vessel sink. Very clean lines and…

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Custom dining table

Here is an example of our recent custom dining tables. All of our tables are made by furniture maker, Satoshi Yamauchi himself. Designed to the size and style the customer desires, all of our tables are made to order. From traditional joinery table to contemporary metal and wood table, we cover a wide range of design styles. Our tables start at about $3,500 depending on size, design and chosen wood/slab. Mahalo for looking!  

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Walnut display cabinet with glass panels/doors

This display cabinet was made of walnut wood and tempered glass. The cabinet has four frameless glass doors and the two other sides are covered in glass panels, making it possible to see the artwork inside from all angles, even at the bottom of the staircase. The shelves are height adjustable allowing for a flexible use of the display cabinet. 

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