We recently designed a new round table for our upcoming website launch. I love being able to come up with a new design and get it into production within a few days. This table was conceived while sitting at my dining room table (reclaimed of course) and the next morning we executed the design. This … Continue reading New Table Design
We were asked by the owner of Bindle & Keep in Brooklyn to design furniture for his new work space. We were very excited to come up with a unique one of a kind line for Daniel. I met Daniel in June when he personally fitted me for my wedding suit. I designed and built a dining … Continue reading Bindle & Keep
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! Interested in purchasing or having a custom size made? … Continue reading Reclaimed Heart Pine Wine Bar – Large
We left this locally sourced American Red Elm how we found it, with a live edge showing all its natural character and distinctive of the tree it came from. This two piece coffee table is one of a kind. Paired with handcrafted locally produced raw steel.
This amazing piece is still available on our website!
I am pleased to announce that Kurtz + Atkins Design has been named a 2014 Martha Stewart American Made Design finalist. Voting will start September 15th! Stay tuned for more information on how to vote for us! Continue reading Martha Stewart American Made Design Finalist
Bryan and I had a photo shoot with MK from Mary Kate McKenna Photography the other day. We had a great time. We loved working with her so much we decided to make her the official photographer of Kurtz + Atkins products. If you are in the DC area please check her out! http://www.mkmckenna.com/ Continue reading Product Photoshoot
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!
One of our biggest sellers is our line of vintage lighting. Each one is hand made on our lathe, so no two are alike! We use vintage reproduction sockets, plugs and wiring.
All of our wood handles are made from locally sourced reclaimed lumber and hardwoods that were felled in storms.
Here is link to see what we currently have in stock!
My IKEA Kivik couch armwraps are great for updating your couch. It’s convenient place to set your remote, coffee, laptop, or a nice glass of wine. These simple and beautiful piece is a space saver for your living room!
I am always adding new designs to the armwrap line-up. My latest batch includes two eco-friendly plywood designs. Check back often as I am always adding more!
If you have a couch square arms I can do a custom piece! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions on how to measure for your custom couch arm wrap!