whether it's that odd space between the sofa and the chair, or a cabinet for that special piece you want to display, or you just want something unique, contact Joe Joe for a custom consultation. check out some of these completed pieces to see what can be done.
sorenson record cabinet
shown in walnut
Adam and Chloe have well over 800 records. After meeting with Joe Joe, who created drawings and took measurements, they collectively arrived at a solution: a modern take on the old turntable cabinets from the 60's. This cabinet can hold over 1000 LPs; the two removable drawer inserts can hold hundreds of 7" singles. The top flips up and shelves flip down creating an additional space for their laptop and album cover display. The lid easily closes to hide their turntables, mixer and sampler.
62-1/2"w X 21"d X 45"h
parsons dining table and bench
shown in stained walnut base and natural walnut top
Susan and Brent really loved the look and color of walnut but wanted their dining set to blend with the other, lighter, woods in their dining room. As a solution, Joe Joe suggested using pieces of heartwood and sapwood walnut to both introduce a new wood color and reference the existing tones. The natural color range of the tabletop and bench blends seamlessly in their home.
extra large floating buddy
shown in walnut
Joe Joe worked with Erin and Mark to design a custom floating buddy that fulfilled their specific size and function requirements. The clutter-concealing pockets are wide enough to hold books and magazines but not so deep as to lose remote controls; the floating base creates ample room for their feet.
60"w X 30"d X 18"h
butcher block counter
shown in maple with walnut accents
As cooking enthusiasts, Ben and Sarah needed a functional butcher block countertop for their new kitchen but wanted something visually interesting. Joe Joe suggested using maple (to offset the dark walnut cabinets, black slate floors, and black granite counters) and walnut 'racing stripes' to tie it all together. The end-grain is perfect for chopping and is kinder to their knives.