Custom Woodwork and Laser Engraving

Client Projects

Below are some of the projects completed in the workshop.

Walnut Bathroom Vanity

This was the first project for Papa's Workshop. It was started in the garage workshop and completed in the first commercial space.

The shelf is designed in three pieces. Two pieces rest on supports in the triangular section and provide support for the third piece.
Trophy Cases
The trophy cases were built for a local girl's high school and are the largest project thus far. They were fabricated from Pecan with a clear satin finish. Two sets of trophy cases were built, the cases below, on the first floor, and an identical set on the second floor.
Oak TV Cabinet

The Oak TV cabinet was designed from a photo provided by the client. The original cabinet was destroyed in hurricane Katrina.
CD Cabinet

The CD cabinet was fabricated from hard maple and walnut. Each of the four drawers were designed to hold three rows of CD's.

The drawer handles are recessed and made of walnut.
Toy Train

Projects have been quite varied in the Workshop. The Train was built for a client's grandson.

Each car was mounted on a Maple base. The Engine was made of Walnut, the Coal Car of Red Oak and the Caboose of Mahogany.
Built-In Wall Unit

The wall unit below was fabricated from Maple and painted white. There is a window seat obstructed from view by the sofa. A similar set was built around the doorway in the bedroom.
Office Credenza

The credenza top was fabricated from solid white oak. The top was routered out for a leather writing insert. The leather insert was provided by the client and the hardware was specified by the client.

The top is 9 Ft long and 3 Ft deep. The base was fabricated in one piece, which made it a challenge to move into the client's office.
Training Room Conference Table

The conference table is 11 Ft long and 3 Ft wide. It was fabricated from solid Red Oak and finished with a classic oak stain. Two stripes of unfinished oak were inlaid for accent. The base was designed with two center legs to allow chair access down the full length of the table.