A Wood-Work in Progress
“The challenges are what I like. I want to always be pushing my skill level.”—James Snow
Looking for a method to decompress after his work day led James Snow to dabble in woodworking with a friend.
He built some furniture for his children. Then some family asked for a bedroom set, and his new hobby snowballed (pun intended).
Soon, he converted a detached garage into his own shop where he hones his craft, looking to leave a legacy with every piece that leaves his hands.
"You're taking raw material and creating
something that, built right, will last forever."
The Devil's in the Details
One trademark of furniture designed by the Greene brothers is the use of ebony as an accent on mahogany or other woods.
Follow along as James Snow takes us through the labor-intensive process of making a single ebony plug.
'Imagine a piece without all this detail,' Snow said.
"It’s extremely time consuming—the payoff
is the beauty of the piece in the end."
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