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New case studies
the most cost-effective custom solid pine bookshelf
recycling pallet wood into the ultimate home chef's spice rack
BIND is shifting its focus from NYC-based construction projects to nationwide interior services, namely a new online furniture line. BIND has observed monumental changes in the way we think about our lives at home and at work this past year. We are excited to play a new role in shaping your life indoors and in the backyard.
Set to launch in 2021, BIND will offer guaranteed high-grade handmade products made with natural, non-toxic materials. Our goal is to establish a one-stop shop for you to furnish your entire home with an eclectic line of mixed-media bedroom, living, and dining pieces, not to mention interior ornaments and exterior furniture.
Why BIND furnishings?
BIND furniture philosophy will be rooted in our experience renovating for a diverse clientele in New York. They all had one major obstacle—quality furniture costs are inflated.
Quality local craftsmanship is becoming a rare commodity. Local makers must compete with fashionable brands offering great low-priced products worldwide. But these products are made in sweat-shops with particle board, plastics, and harmful chemicals. Despite some notable engineering, these items our clients are buying are short-term solutions: their construction is flimsy, the surfaces easily damage and are difficult to maintain, and there is no story.
As BIND and J RASA approach the drawing board we are dedicated to the following tenets:
Local fabrication with domestic hardwoods, stone, and metals
Products to be handed down for generations
Innovative solutions to streamline your home organization
Eclectic style, timeless design
All at the right price
The BIND bed prototype
-in solid poplar, and poplar plywood construction featuring inset marble headboard and cabinet
-case study in streamlining bedroom storage
-mixed media to inspire and stimulate our senses
-art deco headboard top meant to intersect with contemporary shapes and traditional bed profile
-integrate marble-faced drawers into side section
-construct from a variety of species for multiple options
-design and engineer new magnetic add-ons such as toothbrush holder, salt box, phone caddy
-fabricate from a variety of domestic species
-fabricate at various lengths to fit your different spaces
The BIND magnet rack prototype (base)
-solid wood construction
-very strong neodynium magnets
-2" wide x 16" long
-can be used for kitchen, bathroom, home entrance pocket dump, tools, and more
The BIND Bookshelf Prototype
the quest for the right bookshelf
for the right price
#1 made with knotty pine dimensional lumber, unfinished
#2 few cuts and quick assembly
#3 solid construction
#4 adjustable shelves
#5 no waste
Next and final phase
-instead of "skinning" the back with the luaun plywood, we will rabbet the back edges of the frame so it can be inset
-fabricate a flushtop option so multiple units can be combined with bolt hardware and capped with a single long top across the set
The BIND spicerack prototype
Ultimate chef's spice rack
-most spice racks are either boring or ugly, too small or too inconvenient, and likely made by people who don't know how to cook
-use material currently in the shop
-get my personal collection out of the cardboard box on the floor and onto the wall
-everything accessible/not over-sized
-two sizable shelves for oils, vinegars, honey, and larger containers (I need big cumin, big pepper, big turmeric, big red pepper flakes)
-two double-tiered shelves for standard sized bottles
-top shelves feature small guard to increase stability
This rack fits all container sizes
-we set up all our containers on a table, like a plot-style graph to gather enough data to average out shelving heights and depths
-just see for yourself
-this unit features mixed species of pallet wood including walnut, red oak, white oak, fir, and pine
-the only way to finish this is...unfinished--rough textured, a little glue stain, some exposed brad nail heads and all
-we want to build this with milled dimensional lumber
-it was not easy to work with the pallet wood as much of it was different thicknesses
-build jigs to produce this in large quantities, quickly, and in different sizes
White oak console
$400 plus shipping
White oak on reclaimed factory equipment frame
31-1/2" x 18" top
28-1/2" x 15" lower shelf
Domestic white oak was milled down in our shop
Tapered legs were shaped to establish a three-tiered oak theme and subvert the heavy industrial frame with a delicate touch
Frame reclaimed from a derelict american army tank factory in New England
Walnut waterfall coffee table
$1600 plus shipping
Live-edge walnut waterfall table
60" L x 18" W x 20" H
-with a reclaimed steel I-beam leg
-finished with water-based poly
Red oak dining table
$5600 plus shipping
current model sold
Walnut and steel entrance console
$375 plus shipping
Reclaimed steel angle-iron base
33" L x 9.5" W x 31" H
Intended as entrance console
-alternatively can be used in hallways, master bathroom
-center can be used to pile shoes, linens, board games, and etc