As an industrial designer, so much of my work is precise, exact, and full of numbers. When I approach a woodworking project, I push myself into a very different workflow; no measuring, just working off what feels right. Final measurements are approximate.
Stool for Chandler
Material: red oak
Finish: Danish oil + polyurethane
Dimensions: 12" x 12" x 11"
Crystalwood experiment
Material: driftwood (unknown)
Finish: varnish + acrylic
Dimensions: 4" x 4.5" x 14"
Wood dinner set
Material: walnut, elm, eucalyptus
Finish: mineral oil
Dimensions: 7" x 9" x 3"
Toothbrush holder
Material: reclaimed (painted) red oak
Finish: polyurethane
Dimensions: 7" x 3" x 2.5"
OSB Speaker
Material: oriented strand board (OSB), reclaimed Logitech speakers
Finish: water-based polyurethane
Dimensions: 12" x 17" x 3.75"
First spoon
Material: walnut
Finish: mineral oil
Dimensions: 5.5" x 1.75" x .75"
Rolling pin + wooden spoon
Material: Douglas fir + olive wood
Finish: mineral oil
Dimensions: 11" x 3" x 3" and 11" x 3" x .75"
Essential speaker
Material: Douglas fir, walnut, brass
Finish: Unfinished
Dimensions: 9" x 8" x 3.5"
Humble vanity
Material: scrap birch plywood
Finish: Wipe-on polyurethane
Dimensions: 18" x 20" x 6"
Portable Chinese checkers
Material: Birch plywood, acrylic
Finish: Unfinished
Dimensions: 9" x 9" x 3"

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