Some people can't help but be excited about working with wood, and while Dale Sveum should start bracing for Kerry's inevitable DL stint, the dude behind Custom Furniture Creations can just keep on going to his lumber yard, stocked with assorted pieces he sourced primarily from fallen trees and had processed at a mill belonging to an Amish friend, aka, the lumber Kingpin. Some choice pieces:
Curling Table: This shuffleboard-style approximation of that least-athletic of Winter Olympic games can be custom-sized, and comes equipped with adjustable legs and a 1/4" layer of epoxy to keep things smooth...almost as smooth as "Wanna come back to my place for some curling?"
Curvy Wine Rack: Crafted from a combo of sycamore and walnut, this elegant vino center features a butcher block-style top braced by two arches, with a vertical plank underneath holding up to 16 bottles, far more than most things that're curvy and have racks.
Humidor: For tobacco connoisseurs/people who love furniture that's all moist in the middle, this lock-and-keyed cabinet sports six adjustable shelves, a "perfect seal" around the door, and a .5W LED light that won't heat up the stogies, giving it something in common with the dude's Amish friend.