Thursday, April 3, 2008

Furniture

Making furniture as a hobby. Always looking for unique wood or reusable materials.

22 comments:

Seth said...

Neat stuff! Thanks for keeping more stuff out of the land fills.

django said...

This is so cool. I just love it. Recycled that looks better than new. Way to go Doug.

Maria said...

So if a tree falls in the woods does no one hear it because you used it? WAY COOL STUFF!

Dana Kahan said...

I want every piece! I just need a bigger house to have them all. These are beautiful pieces Doug. The wall dividers and the swirl table are my favorite.

elizabeth cole design said...

Doug: very very nice to see what you are doing ... love the concept and the actual products... possibilities are endless... will keep you in mind as projects develop... thanks for sending.. liz

Darek Bell said...

Really cool stuff. I love the look, this is beautiful.

betty said...

These pieces are amazing. The clean and fresh and
natural. Modern and ancient. I love them...
Doug your work is incredible...
Betty

Lucy said...

"fire table" ...I love it!

Anonymous said...

Dianne Naff
re-think, re-use, and then re-cycle. You are making it happen, baby, and looking good while doing it. The tree table, swirl table and sliding door....they all look incredible. I could not figure out the two latest pieces you asked for comments on, but I definitely think this could be a great business. Only thing I can't tell by the photos are proportions. The beam table looked heavy on the top, but maybe it is not. I want to come see first hand soon. Great to see you and Robinson the other night. Keep on it! It's great!

Marissa said...

LOVE IT!!! One day I will have my own doug regen original... I also love that you are a blogger now too. you are so cool. :)

Lisa said...

I love the coffee table and the dining room table. VERY COOL! Follow me on www.Twitter.com/monalisabrazil

Ruby said...

Love the juxtaposition of the "old" and the "new" to produce "modern" wonders in a green way!!!! Way to go Doug!!!! Ruby

debra said...

Your furniture is so unique and inspiring!!! LOVE IT!!

Debra

Anonymous said...

Very beautiful work. I love all the sliding doors, the coffee table, drink table, tree table, swirl table, beam table, side table...oh well....did I forget anything? Very talented....

kellyep said...

I absolutely love your work!!! Love the sliding doors, and the bottle with resin tables. Keep um coming!

DiAnne said...

If you are interested in a woodworking community, check out cumberlandfurnitureguild.org

I think you'd find many kindred spirits.

Laine said...

I saw your work in the Nashville Arts Magazine. Love it`! Just wondering about the sliding doors. Do they make a lot of noise when closing or have you found a way to keep them quiet? They look fabulous. Hope to see more of your work on your blog.

dancilhoney said...

These are some wonderful collection. I love the antique furniture. Can't say which is my favourite as they all look good. antique oak table

edie Maney said...

Doug, I just picked up arts Mag, behind in my reading and was WOWed by your work. Love the glass and resin tables and sliding doors!! How creative!! Hope to see your work in a show soon . TACA? hugs edie

Joy said...

I am a FAN!! I saw the segment on Tennessee Crossroads and it was just great. THanks for sharing all your beautiful art with the world.

Anonymous said...

Funny how the Facebook thing works. You are a friend of a friend of mine and some of your work turned up on my page. I liked it so much that I wound up here. Just incredible stuff! Glad that there are people like you out there doing this!

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