Many mountain home owners choose to furnish them with Western style and Lodge style furnishings. Much of it is rustic, bulky, heavy with iron fittings and leather or hair on cowskin upholstery.
The following pieces give a glimpse into the semi-refined style of Lodge furnishings constructed to fit in with the Western lifestyle.
(1) Writing Desk with wrought iron "oxbow" stretcher and drawer handles: 65" wide X 28" deep X 30" high. Rough hewn Western Alder finished with shellac and dark wax.
(2) Bedside table, 28" wide X 18" deep X 32" high. Common grade, highly figured Alder, finished with shellac and dark wax.
(3) Bedside table, 28" wide X 18" deep X 32" high. Common grade Alder with rusticated panel drawer fronts and door panels and a Texas star in the base mold. The top is skinned with dark brown leather.
(4) Wine Service Cabinet, 54" wide X 22" deep X 48" high. Common grade Alder with painted drawer fronts and a shellac/ dark wax finish.
(5) Corner bedroom entertainment cabinet, 42" wide X 26" deep X 84" high. Constructed of of Common grade Alder with rusticated panel doors, applied accent details and a small TV pull out and adjustable shelves for electronics. The back center is made to allow for eletronic wire management. The unit is finished with a subtle cherry stain, shellac and dark wax.
And that, beloved ones, is a quick tour of the work I have been gifted to create over these last 25/27 years.