The new things made of hand crafted 1″ walnut and steel accents are to be called Kanso which I think is a good word for describing what I’m trying to achieve. The bed is now ready for sale.
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I love my new sign and it’s so much cheaper than what people pay for simple laminated jobs. You can laser cut out a logo and any font you want. I put 3″ strap around each letter to add a 3-D quality. I let the sides rust to accent this thickness. The arrow will have some hand painted lettering applied. Love to make more. 10′x4′ $700 estimate
Twins. Steel and Walnut in the Kraftig style. $1600 for the set. More here
Silver 1×2 tube frames 1″ thick walnut. King size. $1400 click here for more
I like the idea that this design includes a foot board but it’s not in front of the mattress. The dims are 10″ off the ground + 10″ mattress = 20″ sleep level. Headboard is 40″. The mattress is resting on 3/8th finished plywood. A center support with a foot runs from the head to the foot board. The tube is 1″x2″ and the wood is 1″ thick walnut. Estimated price is $1200 for a queen. $1400 for a King.
For Fishpeople Seafood 50 custom display fixtures for maximum retail exposure. To build: 1600 hand bent spirals welded onto 800 plates attached to 50 stands.
More Kraftig beds. This time with headboards made of wood. One is a rough walnut. The other is Tennessee Cedar. Follow the links for details.
A Kraftig queen size without a box spring. The head and footboard heights are left at their standard dims and the rails are raised to compensate. It looks like a class hospital bed. Very clean. Click here for further details: http://www.etsy.com/listing/94282859/kraftig-bed-number-2-variation-number-2
Custom bed in an Eastern King size. The faux wood finish is applied to both the head and footboards. Click here for more details: http://www.etsy.com/listing/93859435/steel-arch-bed-with-wood-finish-in-king
Platform version with a cushioned Pendleton wool fabric headboard. Follow this link for further details: http://www.etsy.com/listing/92488932/kraftig-platform-bed-with-cushioned
My new favorite bed. A King Kraftig Canopy Bed. Look here for more details and purchasing information: http://www.etsy.com/listing/91535481/kraftig-canopy-bed
In the same way a biologist will document the finding of every variation of a new species so I am going to keep posting every Kraftig Bed. So far, each has been unique in proportion and scale and as Ronnie Z Man Barzell said; “This is my happening and it freaks me out!”. http://www.etsy.com/listing/70365633/kraftig-bed-number-1
I’ve tinkered around with this design for a while. Mostly looking at textile patterns for inspiration on how to shape the rods. This is a custom version for a client. Alterations welcome. Follow this link for more info: http://www.etsy.com/listing/82626632/ivy-bed
This was a happy accident. A sheet of galvanized steel was accidently shipped to the studio and it seemed like a great material for a new bed design. Framed with a 1″ square black tube. Feels clean and smart. If I had a celebrity spokesperson or 2 for the bed it would be Marcello Mastroianni and Capucine. Follow the link for details and more pictures: http://www.etsy.com/listing/78371254/a-bed-for-1963
I want to post more images of Kraftig Beds because they keep coming out fantastic. Follow the link for purchasing and other details: http://www.etsy.com/listing/70365633/kraftig-bed-number-1
Another example of a Kraftig bed. A Double in size and raised rails for use with only a box spring. Follow this link for more images, details and purchasing: http://www.etsy.com/listing/65751491/kraftig-number-2
Custom pieces which will work as a display table for a large flat screen television and a nightstand. Follow this link for purchasing details of the nightstand: http://www.etsy.com/listing/76002009/kraftig-side-table
Here is a full/double version of the Dingle Canopy bed. The Canopy is a bit lower because the client is young girl. The 2 cross supports on the frame are not shown. $950 This link will provide more details:www.etsy.com/listing/65046009/dingle-canopy-bed
Another example of the Kraftig bed. It’s made from salvaged 2×3 tube which means it’s weathered. The head and footboard are steel plate oxidized to highlight natural variations within the material. Cleaned and sealed with wax. The more I make this the more I like it. $1300. Follow this link to see more images and purchase: http://www.etsy.com/listing/70365633/kraftig-number-1
Here is a new design for a bed headboard. Normally the beds we make have footboards but the intricacy of this one seems to say that a headboard is enough. The clay Dingles are applied at the end and add some vibrancy. Available in all sizes. Shown without a box spring. Can be built for use with a box spring. Ring us up if you wish to purchase: 503 224 1798 $650 queen/double $750 king.
A few of you regular lookers at this posting have commented about my continuing pursuit of concrete tables. You are correct. Concrete seems the perfect material for solving the dilemma of making something durable for outside in Oregon but still at a reasonable rate and look interesting. The cost of concrete things like counter tops never makes sense to me when a bag of concrete costs $20. Finally I think I have developed the process and here are the last of the prototypes. Hopefully, the next posting will be of some pieces that look exactly what I would like: organic, contemporary, beautiful and affordable.
Putting a new coat of paint on the original showroom space and building new fixtures. Have sold this exisiting piece to a lovely gallery owner who has been eyeballing it for years. Posting here for future reference. The top two tiers are built as one unit and it bolts to the larger bottom tier. All 3 could be separate. Could do more shelves at different heights. Great use of corner space. $200 per tier (ball park ish)
Have wanted to get a hold of a decent photo of Ivan McLean’s work at the Nines Hotel. You can see here the bronze piece on the corner and its sister just over the wall in the distance. He is also responsible for the lit glass wall pieces and the panels of carved wood that are mounted above the line of lamps. Even with the quality photo the strength of the work is allusive. Solve the problem by having a drink in the bar and checking it out in person.
We make a wine bonsai, a bush, a tree and a sequoia. What do I call the biggest wine rack of them all? If you own a restaurant, a winery, a wine store or you like to brag in your giant house than this is for you. Holds more bottles than I can easily count. 30 plus. And stands about 7 feet high. $300 for this version.
Delia makes so many simple things that I forgot to document because they don’t show our virtuoso quality. But this piece is so simple and so good that I think it is worth posting. The angle iron frame makes a good looking and cost effective way to create tables, counters, display pieces and anything else you can think of.
Here are two simple signs made for our Delia building. One is large hand cut steel letters mounted on a rod. It is about five years old and has never been maintained. The second is made with smaller hand cut letters mounted onto a piece of stainless steel. Both are good ways to make a striking sign on a budget. Delia makes dynamite signs.
These are a few of the pieces of railing for an outdoor eating area at a Northern California restaurant. The rail is composed of reed like rods and palm shaped cutouts. There are also several swinging gates. The rail is here shown standing on several supporting plates. It will be mounted about 12 inches into the ground. The color is an oxidized steel with two layers of clear powder coating applied. Proper images to post here once installed. Please call for custom quotes.
StoryTellerWine.com is a great outfit here in Portland. To supplement their online sales they built a clubhouse for friends and customers to hang out and drink wine. We made their fixtures including the wall mount bottle shelves and this bar. The bar is a reed design with a copper sheeted top. Copper nails secure the top and make an interesting perimeter design. Ages well.
We have been asked repeatedly to build jewelry cases and have done dozens. Almost all have been locally delivered. Here is our first attempt to build one that is sized to be functional and shippable. Estimate cost: $450. Estimate Shipping in USA: $50.
20″ x 20″ x 36″ height
Wheels could be added.
Materials: Steel, Glass, Wood
Custom sizes available. Call for details.
Like the title says, 20 minutes and some left over bits and pieces to make post card holders for displays about town.
A functional display rack with 20″ round glass shelves. We’re not bright enough to make this shippable/Knock Down, but we are working on it. Height and shelf sizes can be customized. $400 estimate w/o glass.
Here is a piece we made for use as a Quilt Rack. But no reason you couldn’t use it for other things such as scarves, sheets of wraping paper, towels, Inter Continental Middle Weight Wrestling Championship Belts. Easy also to expand where more rungs are added with each one being a little farther out than the one above. That way you could have rows of ….(stuff listed above)
Now pictured with customer’s lovely quilt.
A local Yoga Studio wanted a stand to put their hot water machine and tea cups on and this is what we came up with. Doesnt have to be for tea or a yoga studio, we’re flexible. HA! get it?
I really dont know what this is. It was a customer’s request and her idea was to put lights on it. Its like a 4′ Charlie Brown Christmas tree. Maybe more pokey. But it does look kinda neat and you could do some things with it. Thought somebody might get an idea.
I sold this so fast out of the showroom I never had a chance to take a decent picture. I think you can get the idea. One row of screws down center. Tendrils and Dingles. Easy to imagine the custom variations. And potentially shippable.
Here is one of Ivan’s newer pieces. I think the photo is a little blurred because he took the shot from the inpool bar.
Here is a nice free standing shelf unit. Wood Shelves. Lots of Dingles. Pretty Tendrils.
Here are a few photos a lovely steel and tile sink and mirror set that Kendall LeCompte created for a local restaurant. Please call for pricing.
This piece is a solid span. About 8 feet wide. Could be made in sections for shipping. Under each shelf is a pair of parallel rods where a screw can be used for mounting. This system means you dont have to line up a screw hole with a stud. Looks pretty.
Here is one of two benches we are making for a large mall in California. What is different about this is that it curves inward and that there are no ends. I put the photo with Delia’s #1 production king Jeff in to show you how large they are.
Ivan made this bench for the Chapman School Playground.
Here is a corner shelving unit for wall mounting. Shown as 16″ deep 33″ high. Mounts via bracket under top shelf. Custom sizes available. Great use of space. Call for pricing.
This piece comes in three sections. Could be more. The round plates function as shelving. In this case, for shoes. There are also hooks to hang from. Can be used as a screen, a room divider, display or all. $525.
Here are two other Display Cases. Drawer slides out. Wheels. $750 20x30x36 high
These are the same shelves that we have made for our trade shows for years. They are super functional. Any width. Any Height. Shelf can be glass, wood, metal. Brackets easily mount to wall. We do not supply shelf material. Brackets sold in pairs. Great for making use of every inch of store space.
Here we remade the large storage unit with a serving shelf. This makes it better for home use. The other one was made for retail store.
Here is the first of many to post in the coming weeks. Reed display console. any size. Notice little nifty bramble bread basket on top. Perfect little bowl for things.
Twig Style. Bottles across the top for display or bragging. 6-9 glasses below. Lots more bottles below. Could be made with shelf below glasses to use as serving counter. Height and other sizes can be customized.
This is a custom shelf rack. Notice the little pieces that stick off the posts. A piece of glass rests on them for the shelving. Hearts not required.
Its hard to tell from the picture but this is a 30 FOOT Daisy that was made for a nice local grocer.
Delia makes a bike rack.
We call this the Wine Branch.
Two Free Standing Racks. Sorry about the lousy picture quality. The rolling one has a piece of glass on the top for shelving.
These are custom jewelry cabinets made for galleries here on the West Coast. They have glass tops. Some have sliding glass in the front. Some have drawers that slide forward. Wheels can be added for mobility. Taller ones can have small lights inserted into the top for better illumination. Sizes and other variations all done to customer’s request.
Here are a few displays that we made for our trade show booth. They work well for the hand made glass wine corks and the napkin rings. But it easy to imagine a wider range of applications such as jewelry and clothing. Each can be made to spin.
This is a table top card rack display. There are a variety of motifs used to hold the cards. They can be held upright or horizontal. Various sizes available. Floor version very nice. Each tier spins independently.
This compact unit hangs many glasses. Rods in an S pattern link it to ceiling mount.
To maximize use of space for a corner in our showroom we build this. Each tier can be built indepently. Tendrils give it a growing out of the wall look. Custom sizes available.
Please return soon to see this section. It will be a growing collection of store and restaurant fixtures.