I was contacted last month by Simpson Strong-Tie to take part in their DIY Done Right Campaign. I jumped at the opportunity, since we were in desperate need of additional organization in our workshop! We desperately needed a shipping and receiving area, so we could quickly process website orders. Simpson sent us two kits and $50 to Home Depot to create whatever we wanted! Bryan came up with a design that maximized every square inch of available space we had.The project took us an afternoon to complete. The kits are very easy to use!
The best part is one lucky follower will get a kit and $100 to Home Depot to get their DIY on! Who doesn’t love free?! Additionally, Simpson will be giving away $2000 worth of powertools and hardware!
We recently designed this wine bar using 150 year old reclaimed heart pine. We decided to use a welded steel base to give it a more modern and industrial feel. I have a feeling we will be making many more of these in the near future!
I am updating this post because I have gotten over 200 emails about this post! 95% of the questions are about the custom reclaimed wood arm wrap in the photo! We are constantly making new stock, so check back frequently. Are you interested in designing a custom wrap to match your decor? Please email me at KurtzandAtkins@gmail.com. http://www.kurtzandatkins.com/couch-armwraps/
We recently made a console table for a client and had a lot of great feedback. Making it into a wine bar was the most common request. We love happy customers, so came up with a design to add wine storage for four bottles.
We had a client in Annapolis that was looking for a narrow entryway table. She like the 150 year old heart pine we use in a lot of projects. We opted for a welded steel base for a modern industrial look.
As many of you know, two years ago I started blogging about my DIY projects for fun. Re-store Design began an outlet for fun projects I was working on. In December of 2012 my fiance and I moved to the DC area for her work. Before moving East we made one last trip to my parents’ farm in North Dakota. Before leaving North Dakota, we spent an hour in the frigid 100 year old barn sorting through wood for our future farm table.