The Pearson Table
Custom 6' dining table. Measures 32" wide and 30" high. The table top was constructed with reclaimed hardwood oak flooring finished in a variety of colors including red, grey, silver, and lavender. The trestle table has two intricate cross timber legs made from reclaimed barn beams, finished with a through mortise and tenon, locked with walnut wedges.
Custom Alcove Treatment with Shelving
Weathered siding from a deconstructed barn provided the perfect material for us to use as a backdrop for this built-in shelving unit. The diagonal application of the siding accentuates the shape the alcove. The shelves were made with structural lumber from the same barn.
The Russell Farm Table
Custom 10' dining table. Measures 36" wide and 30" high. The table top was constructed with reclaimed hardwood oak flooring finished in a variety of colors including orange, yellow, teal, white and violet. Designed with three half lapped cross timber legs made from reclaimed barn beams, finished with a through mortise and tenon, locked with walnut wedges.
Citizen Yoga Detroit + Royal Oak
Before Citizen Yoga Royal Oak opened its doors in 2013, Mutual Adoration was brought in to design pieces that would compliment the raw, modern space. In addition to a few heavy-duty, free-standing benches, we constructed a massive seating area for the citizens to gather and relax. The lounge consists of 11' wide step seating and a 14' long wrap-around bench, made of knotty pine. To help the yogis freshen up after class, we created a built-in vanity counter of the same reclaimed material. In 2015 we were on board once again to design and construct seating, shelving, and a reception desk for their new location in downtown Detroit.
Please visit www.citizenyogastudio.com for more information.
Luxury Master Bath
This custom vanity and make-up station was created for a client's spa style master bathroom. They needed two separate grooming areas surrounding their walk-in shower. On one side, we created a 48" vanity topped with a petrified wood sink, complete with drawers and plenty of cabinet storage space. On the other side, we made a make-up station with lift up top, built in mirror, two storage drawers and one hidden drawer.
Open Air Dining Set
Our contemporary take on a classic picnic table. Made entirely of reclaimed cedar fencing to withstand the elements and age beautifully to a weathered silvery grey.
Rockin' RV Renovation
Our friends Shawn and Veronica made some major life changes in 2015. They gave up their full-size home and purged much of their belongings to transition to life on the road! Mutual Adoration created custom wall treatments, cabinets, tables, and shelving accents for their 1988 Avion travel trailer. All projects were designed and constructed on-site with reclaimed wood from a barn in Northern Michigan. They can now be found out on the road, booking and playing shows, and making beautiful things along the way.
The Commonwealth Table with Benches
Custom 8' dining table. Measures 32" wide and 30" high. The table top was constructed with reclaimed hardwood oak flooring finished in a variety of colors including yellow, teal, white and violet. All flooring was salvaged from the client's home in Hamtramck, Michigan. The trestle table has two intricate cross timber legs made from reclaimed barn beams. Two benches made of the same materials complete the dining set.
The 9 foot long double writing desk was built to function as a home office for two busy professionals in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. The coffee table ties together the adjacent living room. Both pieces were constructed with weathered cedar fencing and hundred-year old sycamore boards, salvaged from a barn in Northern Michigan. The cedar was stained dark to compliment the character of the aged saw marks and nail holes patterned throughout the sycamore.
Commercial Office Storage
The chefs and creative team of Townhouse Bistro needed a home for their cookbooks, records, and reference materials. We built a wall-mounted series of shelves using antique structural lumber salvaged from a barn in Northern Michigan. The library spans 9' wide and 8' tall. The shelves gradually become deeper from top to bottom to accommodate various books, baskets, and supplies.