HANDCRAFTED TABLES by Perrin Woodworking

“a HANDCRAFTED TABLE tells a story.

Every table has a voice. It speaks about the wood, the maker and the place that becomes it’s eventual home. It will be a part of endless conversations as friends gather around laughing, or families pull up chairs to share a meal. The surface is simple, flat and square – but the space it defines is meaningful. At Perrin, we create tables that help families and businesses tell their story.”

In Production: 167 Raw by Perrin Woodworking

This is the perfect weather to sit outside and enjoy fresh seafood!!! And you're in luck. These reclaimed Oak table tops and custom bench were delivered for the newly expanded patio at 167 Raw. Voted one of 21 best seafood restaurants in America by TimeOut Magazine - http://www.timeout.com/usa/restaurants/best-seafood-restaurants-in-america. We look forward to seeing you there!!!

In Production: The Living Room Bar at The Dewberry by Perrin Woodworking

We are thrilled to be working on several projects within The Dewberry. Eater Charleston just listed Henrietta's and The Citrus Club on the list of Most Anticpated Charleston Restaurant Openings, Spring 2016. The substrate for the Living Room Bar was delivered last week and will be shipped to Atlanta to be completely clad in brass. We look forward to the upcoming opening!

In Production: O-Ku (Atlanta) - Sushi Bar by Perrin Woodworking

The scope of a project is always a fun and exhilerating journey. Especially when working with such talented atchitects, builders, designers, and wood purveyors. We obtained this piece of Bubinga from our dear friend and wood monger Bill Watt of Carolina Lumber Sourcing. It was love at first sight and we knew we needed to create something very special and unique with this piece. Let the brainstorming begin! Table designs started flying - "What if we did this..", "Or, maybe like this.."

A few weeks later, we were asked to be involved in a short clip as part of a Lowcountry Local First "Buy Local" television campaign. During the shoot, Dan and David (David Thompson Architects) were able to conduct an impromptu meeting to discuss the design for the sushi bar at the new O-Ku in Atlanta. And there it was, in all it's marvel - the Bubinga! There was only one thing left to do - mill it, join it, sand it, strap it to the roof of the van, drive it to Atlanta, install it, and finish it.

Needless to say, the collaboration and design that derived from that impromptu meeting is priceless. And the end result is amazingly beautiful!

Stay tuned for more pics from Team Perrin at O-Ku Atlanta!

Behind the SceneS: Lowcountry Local First television commercial shoot by Perrin Woodworking

Lowcountry Local First visits the shop with special guest David Thompson (David Thonmpson Architects) to shoot a few scenes for the upcoming LLF "Buy Local" television campaign. During the shoot, David and Dan discuss the possible use of this live edge Bubinga for a bar in Atlanta. The "Buy Local" campaign will feature David Thompson and local craftsman such as Perrin Woodworking while focusing on the importance of local collaboration. We were thrilled to be included in the shoot and always support local collaboration! Thank you LLF for all you do to support local businesses.