We are craftsmen. We build rustic furnishings that combine whimsy and comfort. We infuse our work with a deep knowledge of both the materials and the history of the rustic tradition. Our furniture has presence, sometimes quiet, sometimes bold, always alive with the mystery of nature. We collaborate with our customers. Your ideas and needs bring out the best in our work. Whether building an arbor for your garden, a hoopback chair for your porch, or a table for your bedside, we commit ourselves fully to our craft. For more information or to arrange an appointment, please contact us, we look forward to talking with you.

Jack DeMuth
grew up on the banks of Pennsylvania’s Yellow Breeches Creek. “Fly fishing and farming were my great loves.” His woodworking career began at the renowned Emily Street in Cambridge MA. He decided to devote himself entirely to rustic work when he realized that the nuance of nature’s forms should be embraced not reinvented. “I’m a composer, nature is the note maker.”

His rustic furnishings have been exhibited at Lincoln center in New York City, the Decordova Museum School’s gallery and in private collections. Using 19th century hand tools, he built a timberframe barn which serves as a furniture studio and gallery.
See Jack featured in the Boston Globe on June 12, 2005.
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