We use time-honored joinery techniques to create masterful pieces in a variety of modern and traditional designs. We challenge ourselves to continually improve, innovate, and create furniture that is as functional and durable as it is beautiful.
If you need modifications to a standard piece to make it perfect for your home – or you have a vision of something entirely new – we invite you to talk to us: our designers and craftsmen will work with you to make sure you get exactly the look, feel and function you had in mind.

Masswood Projects create beautiful joinery of modern and classic design. In all cases, our in-house design team collaborates with our builders to meticulously develop and model each piece to ensure a standard of integrity and refinement worthy of The Masswood Projects brand. Each piece of our residential joinery is wholly built by a single woodworker. This level of ownership creates a tremendous sense of pride in our builders and ensures the utmost quality of our products. When each piece is finished to our rigorous standards, it receives the Masswood Projects plaque and builder signature: our guarantee that it will hold up to a lifetime of use.
Furniture from Masswood Projects is built from solid hardwoods. We incorporate a multitude of traditional woodworking techniques including dovetail, finger and butterfly joints that greatly enhance the beauty, function and durability of each piece.

Sections hidden from view receive the same unrelenting attention to detail as those visible. Rather than obscure the natural beauty of the wood with stains, we enhance it by hand- applying our proprietary finishing oil. And each piece is hand-sanded with ultra-fine sandpaper to achieve a degree of smoothness that makes our furniture as pleasing to the touch as it is to the eye. We offer you a variety of wood species for our standard products, including Cherry, Western Walnut, Eastern Walnut, Maple, Quartered White Oak, and Madrone. We can source other, distinctive hardwoods upon request – in all cases seeking to find the most environmentally responsible source.