Not proper shop footwear. But hey, every once in a while you might find me in my go-aheads during light shop work, doesn’t mean I recommend it.
The desk in my opinions is one of the most important pieces of furniture in a home. It’s where you do important thinking, make crucial decisions and stay in Chris Ficht’s case, write tasty musical licks.
Chris asked me to build him a desk, which I was stoked about since I’ve always wanted the opportunity to build one. It was made even better by his trust in me to build a desk however I wanted so long as it fit his size specifications.
Studio style design using cherry. Functional, simple and clean.
The goal for the drawers was for them to blend with the rest of the rails. Of course, there’s going to be visible lines where the drawer pulls out, but by matchting the grain and routing a pull into the underside in order to forego drawer pulls, the look is uniform with the rest of the desk.
Fitch was very happy with the outcome, which is always a relief. I hope many years and albums worth of music will develop on this desk.