|Bob Landry - Professional|
My work has evolved from home remodeling to woodworking with an emphasis on architectural woodwork and custom cabinetry for the home. It also includes home furnishings from custom furniture, reproductions and lathe turned accessories.
|Claire Betz - Amateur|
|David Barber - Professional|
Forwood Thinking, LLC
50 Leighton Rd.
Durham, ME 04222
Founded in 2012 by David Barber, Forwood Thinking, LLC is a design/build furniture studio, specializing in one of a kind, high quality furniture and custom cabinetry. David works in a broad range of styles with tradition and modern methods. With his attention to the smallest details, Forwood Thinking creates unique, functional hand-crafted furniture to fit a specific client’s needs and lifestyle.
|Dell Osman - Hobbyist|
22 Valley View Drive
Gorham, ME 04038
Primary interest is home improvement projects, as well as building functional furniture pieces. I am also interested in restoration of vintage machinery.
|Frank Southard, Professional|
3427 Middle Road
I specialize in finely crafted tables, cabinets and decorative boxes. Furniture styles range from rustic barn board tables to Shaker-inspired cherry furniture. I
enjoy working with customers who want to put their ideas into a one-of-a-kind piece.
|Forrest Procter - Professional|
Newburgh, ME 04444
(207) – 234 – 9908
My goal is to create beautiful pieces of furniture that will last for generations. Beautiful hardwoods, simple elegant designs, traditional joinery, and fine craftsmanship produce results that I am proud to put my name on. Custom pieces are more than welcome.
|Rob Brand - Professional|
88 Rolling Hill Drive
The majority of my work is customized furniture based either on variations from our standard products or from your imagination. I specialize in bedroom sets and home entertainment system cabinetry, but offer furniture for all rooms of your home or office.
Sebago Furniture hand-crafts high quality unique pieces of furniture designed to last generations. I operate a single person studio and each piece is handcrafted by me to insure the finest quality. I believe that furniture designed for the individual has special meaning, and will be treasured by you and your family for generations. Because each piece I make is custom made, individual features can be built in just for you. Each piece is made with the pride of fine craftsmanship, classical precision joinery, and a hand-rubbed finish. I use only the best selection of hardwood to insure proper look and fit. Wood types for the overall piece or for details and accents can be modified to suit your taste. Finishes and stains can also be altered to accommodate your preferences, and use. Minute attention to detail of assembly, sanding, and finishing are all done by me to give you and your family an outstanding piece of furniture that can be enjoyed for generations.
My goal is to make a unique furniture piece to please you, that you will make the best use of in your daily life, and that you and your family will be proud to own for years to come. I make pieces for all the rooms of your home or office. I work with each customer on a one on one basis to capture all of the details for your furniture piece. Drawings are created to show you exactly what the furniture pieces will look like. Before work commences, you approve the drawings to insure accuracy of your ideas.
Sebago Furniture is based in the heart of the Southern Maine Lakes Region. This is a great location for building some of the finest pieces of heirloom furniture you will ever own. For two decades, I have handcrafted hundreds of fine furniture pieces. Many of the pieces are shown on my web site (www.sebagofurniture.com).
|Rolfe Dries - Hobbyist|
Recently retired engineer. Woodworking experience includes renovation of an 1840’s brick cape house, saving a 38′ by 54′ barn, and building a camp. Although accuracy was required with the renovation and home building projects it falls far short of skills required for furniture making. My goals are to begin to make furniture, windows and doors.
The Woodworkers Guild is a great place to meet skilled woodworking craftsmen and learn techniques which are shared freely.
|Ron Boes - Hobbyist|
PO Box 1594
Windham, ME 04062
My preference in woodworking is to build furniture in the mission and traditional style. I also enjoy restoration of all well made furniture worthy of keeping out of the wood stove.
|Ron Hodgdon - Professional|
For many years I have been a dealer and collector of 18th and 19th century period furniture. My woodcraft follows this passion and includes extensive experience in restoration work. The pieces of furniture I build are faithful copies of furniture I feel represent excellent form, proportion and overall balance. I use only traditional, time tested construction techniques and finishes.
|J. Wesley (Wes) Sunderland – President|
92 Depot Rd.
West Baldwin, ME 04091
Tel. # 207-625-7000
Wes Sunderland specializes in making 18th century furniture in the Chippendale, Queen Anne, and William & Mary periods. Hand tools are applied in fabrication of all parts. Joinery replicates methods as used in the appropriate period. Mahogany as well as North American hardwoods are employed. Black walnut, cherry, oak, and maple are a few examples. Chair reproduction is a specialty.
|Barbara White - Hobbyist|
|Bill Lewis- Hobbyist|
email@example.com The buffet, mirror frame and cheese board
|Bob Kearney, Hobbyist|
|Dan Crowley, Professional|
|James Siracuse, professional|
|Joshua Carson - Amateur|
|Mike Day - Hobbyist|
|Patricia Sunderland - Treasurer|
|Philip Gilbert - Hobbyist|
|Randall Mayse - Professional|
51 Turkey Lane
Buxton, ME 04093
My business and passion is building heirloom quality, custom design furniture with special attention to unique style and versatile function.
|Bob Engdahl - Professional|
|Sarah Memory = Amateur|
|Stephen "Bob" Munier - Hobbyist|
|Stig Ammentorp - Hobbyist|
|Susan Chandler - Hobbyist|
|Xavier Comas - Hobbyist|