Martha creates one of a kind tables, beds, wall units, doors and mantelpieces, equally adept at a small side table or a run of floor-to-ceiling cabinets. Using trees local to an area, her pieces are imbued with the aesthetics of their surroundings where they seem to simultaneously blend in and stand out.
12' kitchen counter in clear, rift-sawn Wisconsin white oak
Dutch pull-out table in Wisconsin cherry
Queen bed in Wisconsin walnut with recycled resin green tea inserts
Inquires regarding custom furniture are welcome.
Helping build rooms that resonate with their owners is where Martha herself feels most at home. Proficient in high contemporary, period or transitional styles, architects and homeowners rely on her broad expertise to design, construct and install beautifully matching, complimentary or contrasting elements of a room's furniture and cabinetwork.
Bath vanity and tub enclosure in rift-sawn Wisconsin walnut
Kitchen cabinetwork in natural maple and cherry with complimenting colorful corian and tile
Living room mantel, built-in bookcases and window casings in quarter-sawn white oak
Kitchen cabinetwork in quarter-sawn maple with horizontal grain wrapping each cabinet bank
Martha turns her essential objects from native Wisconsin white oak, walnut, cherry, maple, birch, and ash – aesthetically beautiful and appropriate woods that are warm in the hand, quiet on tables and counters.
Serving bowls turned from a single maple tree.
Pepper mills from ash, maple, walnut, or a Texas mesquite.
Tapered rolling pins are 16" long and approximately 1-3/4" in diameter. Choose from flame-birch, cherry, maple, or walnut.
Salt-and-pepper shaker set in a round cherry and walnut pair, or an interlocking pair in either ash and walnut, or cherry and maple.
Clothing knobs available in four sizes, from 2-1/2" to 5" diameters, in ash, flame-birch, cherry, maple, quarter-sawn white oak, and walnut.
Wood butter containing only walnut oil and beeswax, food-safe in 4-ounce containers(not shown).
If you would like to order any of the essential objects on this page, please contact Martha by phone or email.