This sweet scene of our store displays how a vintage hotel key holder has been transformed into our textile cubby, juxtaposed alongside some stunning Nautical materials for that traditional Lakeside look.
Reinvented Nautical Chair
This sturdy, yet comfortable, upholstered chair shows off a favorite nautical fabric of The Chairmaker and Friends.
This interesting compilation of a distressed, New England style oversized coffee table with flag printed chairs shows off the many styles you find by the lake.
Windsor with Sailboats
Early American meets Lakeside, with this completely handmade Windsor chair and the hand-hooked sailboat pillows.
Handmade decoys by local artisan sit comfortably in this lakeside scene.
Nothing says “lakeside” like vintage buoys, but in fact, these were hand-turned and hand-painted right in the shop at The Chairmaker and Friends. Coupled with a local artisan’s handmade decoy, vintage sailboat, and a coat rack crafted in shop, this small scene shows everything to love about Vermilion, Ohio.
Nautical Dry Sink
Perfectly paired Early American style dry sink and Nautical decor show a beautiful blend of styles.
Early American and Lakeside again come together in the trending merge of styles, displaying a hand-made Windsor, buoy, and sailboat pillow.
Understated Nautical Upholstery
This club chair was upholstered in a simple stripe fabric - perfect for any setting, but ideal for Lakeside scenes. Our favorite fabric was used for decorative pillows, and in the background is our array of Nautical decor.
Cozy Nautical Windsors
Handmade Windsors, while appropriate for any setting, make a cozy and functional accent to any Nautical scene.
Windsor chairs have functioned as an early design for ergonomics since their invent, and their aesthetic style blends right into any setting.
Milk Paint Cabinet
This vintage cabinet was rescued and redone with hand-mixed milk paint, in a bright blue over white, and stressed for depth.
This beautiful pair was a rescue, designed with a very creative designer in mind. Check out our Restoration and Repair page to see the before and after!
This one of a kind end table was constructed using a porthole taken from an ship, with legs customized to support it.
This window display features some of our favorite nautical decor, including a handmade and painted buoy lamp, an upcycled ladder, a Beagle Bay Knots bowl, and a throw pillow made from a vintage Lyman pennan.