Handmade Modern from Rexhill FurnitureVisit Their Site
They may conjure midcentury furnishings, but each of Rexhill Furniture’s pieces is handcrafted in their workshop in Beacon. They have an Erik Buch-inspired stool, with a sculpted leather top and rounded, tapered legs. A side table called Jax features a base of starlike shafts of tapered wood with a rounded glass top. The Rivers bookcase recalls Poul Cadovius shelves, with a closed compartment on the bottom. They also make humidors and jewelry boxes, as well as clocks, lamps, and mirrors. There are even hand tools, like a hand plane and a spoke shave, carved of wood themselves. Many of their pieces can be altered to suit customer needs, and they do custom work, including baby cradles and credenzas. The business is owned by a team of husband-and-wife designers, Justin and Paula King. Customers are encouraged to visit their workshop.