Hello, my name is Bryant White and I design, build and finish furniture. My interest in furniture making started at age fourteen after I made a visit to the cabinet-making shop at Colonial Williamsburg. As my interest in furniture making grew, I became determined to learn and carry on the trade. As soon as I was able I enrolled in a two year furniture making program at the Furniture Institute of Massachusetts. Under the guidance of master furniture maker Phil Lowe I learned the skills necessary to build high quality period reproductions as well as contemporary pieces of my own design. With every piece I create, I strive to provide my customers with high quality handcrafted woodwork.


How It’s Made

Each project starts with a consultation. I work with you to select a design, wood, color and finish for your hand crafted furniture. All pricing is dependant upon material, complexity and labor involved.
I use time honored techniques to provide a well constructed piece of furniture. Hand cut dovetails, mortise and tenon joinery, and attention to detail make each piece unique. Throughout the construction process, each piece is fit by hand to ensure the finest result. Only the best lumber is selected, resulting in a beautiful, eye-catching piece of furniture. All necessary hardware is purchased from quality manufacturers.
I take pride in my work. Corners are never cut and each piece of furniture is as valuable to me as it is to you. I look forward to working with you to create the next masterpiece for your home.

B a l t i m o r e , M a r y l a n d