Custom designed and made furniture with a strong hint of the Greene and Greene Craftsman style. A blend of time honored methods as well as current technologies are employed to produce no-compromise furniture that will last generations.

 



 

As a small independent furniture maker Darrell Peart can offer a degree of flexibility and attention to detail not commonly found in larger shops. He routinely works with a client to meet their specific needs. "I thoroughly enjoy and take great pride in my work. With attention to detail and a reliance upon proven construction methods, you can expect a piece of furniture I build to last for generations."

Darrell's influences as a furniture maker/designer have been many and varied, including such diverse sources as Gothic, Chippendale and James Krenov. It's within the Arts & Crafts Movement (Craftsman, Mission) that he feels most at home though. The ideals of John Ruskin and William Morris have been an inspiration to him. The movements many designers (and craftsmen) such as Gustav Stickley, Harvey Ellis, CFA Voysey, and CR Mackintosh, have all played a part in Darrell's development. But it's the Pasadena architects, Charles and Henry Greene (Greene and Greene) that have captivated him the most.

Woodshop News    March 2014 ......"There is nobody in our industry that understands the impact of exposed joinery more than Darrell Peart, a master craftsman based in Seattle. Peart draws inspiration from the work of past masters , such as James Krenov,John Ruskin, and William Morris. But he is recognized internationaly for his own masterpieces, many of which are executed in the spirit of Pasadena Architects, Charles and Henry Greene. Building on thier legacy, he has created an instantly recognizable and often imitated style" 

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