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Gray Ballew Designs / SGI Home

Listing #1266   Listed on: 10/05/2011


New in the furniture business but not new to the craft. Artist (aka designer without a degree) since birth.

While they are a pain, I love to build side tables with hidden compartments. The hidden compartment varies piece by piece and its location is determined by the client.

Tough being a girl that plays with saws, nail guns, etc for fun but loving every minute of it.

Only have very basic equipment to work with

-10" miter saw Ryobi

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The office
Scrap MDF (I hate MDF) miter saw table
Shop
Shop
This is what I use to distress wood. The little round things with rocks are frog tape containers that I poured concrete in.
Replica of antique French dining table top
Footboard made from pine
Headboard
Company Name:   Gray Ballew Designs / SGI Home
Contact Name:   Emily
Location:   Woodstock, GA  30189
Year Founded:   2011
Sq. Footage:   450
Employees:   1
Gross Sales:   N/A
Website:   www.facebook.com/SGIhome

Product Specialties:
    Finishing - Refinishing
    Furniture - Furniture Designers
    Furniture - Furniture Repairs
    Furniture - Furniture Reproductions
    Furniture - General
    Furniture - Outdoor Furniture

Shop Equipment:
    Kreg - Pocket hole jig
    Stanley - plane
    Other - Dremel 4000
    Other - Dremel (battery operated one)
    Craftsman - Drill
    Other - Skill corded drill
    Other - Ryobi 10" miter saw
    Other - My hands and a card scraper



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Posted By: donald ternberg     [02/02/2012]
Great, keep up the good work. I would like to see something you have done.


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Company Description Continued
-small table saw
-a few dremels
-broken slab of concrete with rocks and metal lath that I use to distress wood

My shop is small, 15x30 garage that I stole from my Tahoe. I use 2 old kitchen tables as my workspace, a custom pink - that's right, PINK, miter saw table built out of scrap MDF from a failed concrete countertop project (for me, not a customer!), and 2 warped sawhorses I use for painting large pieces.

I store most of my wood in the garage hoping that it will warp enough for my headboards.

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