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I’m at the downtown Minneapolis Art Festival at Loring Park with my chairs this weekend

Chair making classes
One on one instruction
Two consecutive weekends Thursday through Sunday
Hand tool woodworking
You pick the Windsor chair or rocking chair design
All materials and tools included
No experience necessary
Tuition depends on the chair design you choose and is 70% of the...

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The American chestnut, once dominated portions of the eastern U.S. forests. Chestnut wood was , straight-grained, and suitable for furniture, fencing, and building materials. In Colonial times, chestnut was preferred for log cabin foundations, fence posts, flooring, and caskets. Nut-ripening and...

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Testimonials

10 months ago
Bill is a master craftsman, we ordered a custom colonial Windsor chair with a few modifications. He used all the original techniques and the wood is solid, one solid piece seat hand carved. It looks like it belongs in a museum.I would give Bill 10 stars 5 is not enough to describe how gorgeous this chair came out. The design is so perfect it will take you back to colonial Williamsburg. The finish is perfect old world antique black. I highly recommend Bill and will buy again.
- lo t
11 months ago
Bill made our comb back custom rocking chair to our specifications to perfection. The quality of the craftsmanship is outstanding. The stain quality too is impressive. Bill was very punctual and polite throughout the process and kept us updated with pictures and messages. Highly recommend Bill for custom heirloom furniture.
- Niko K
a year ago
William Boyle makes exquisite chairs with love! We purchased a loop back chair and it's now our favorite piece of furniture. It's truly functional fine art; beautiful and incredibly comfortable. We look forward to getting another chair from him soon.
- Matt U

Windsor Chairmaker

A local tree trimming company gives me  a constant supply of high quality logs, he would burn them otherwise. These logs – oak, hickory, ash, maple and walnut – are then split to size using wedges and a sledge hammer. This technique, as opposed to sawing, ensures straight wood fibers providing uncompromising strength. Seats for traditional styles are carved from  of eastern white pine or tulip poplar while butternut, walnut or tulip poplar are used for contemporary designs.

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6050 Brynwood Drive
Rockford, IL 61114
USA

Business Hours

Mon:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tue:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wed:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thu:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Fri:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sat:Closed
Sun:Closed
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