Brian McCauley is the designer and builder behind McCauley’s Design. He began woodworking and building furniture out of necessity, needing to furnish his own home.
Since then his designs and building techniques have grown to produce lifetime furniture.
McCauley’s Design uses all hardwood lumber in building furniture projects with traditional wooden joinery and mechanical fasteners only where necessary.
This is a gallery of my past work. I’m a custom woodworker so I build many different items for many different clients, ranging from furniture to household items and electronic device charging docks. If you see something you’d be interested in having built or are interested in have a completely new piece built, feel free to contact me.
If you’d like to learn more about McCauley’s Design or place an order for your custom piece you can contact Brian McCauley at firstname.lastname@example.org
The majority of the furniture I build is made to order. However on occasion I do have pieces that I build that are immediately available for sale as well as smaller items like bowls and cutting boards.
Here are the items I currently have available.
Custom orders or furniture that is made-to-order generally takes several weeks to complete. When you place your order you will receive an email with an estimated completion date for your order. If you’d like to know the wait time in advance feel free to email me at email@example.com.
I’m often asked how I attach a table top to the base of the table. If you’ve been woodworking for any period of time you know that wood expands and contracts along its width. Because of that you need to attach the top in a way that allows it to move as it needs to. …
I was commissioned by a client to build several pieces of furniture that incorporated walnut strips, specifically a few credenzas and a table base. Those projects while challenging were nothing compared to these doors and the issues I encountered building them. Check the video below for details. Interested in the tools used for this build? …
I was recently commissioned to build a Trestle table. The only issue is that the client wanted the table to extend and accept a leaf in the middle. This is tricky as trestle tables generally aren’t able to extend due to the stretcher that goes between the two leg assemblies. Because of this I came …