When the old Holy Cross of Agdao wooden building was torn down we were privilege to buy some of the sturdy antique woods used as braces of that old building. We don’t know yet what to do with those woods thus were stuck under our grandma’s old house, but lately I met this old friend of ours who now is into furniture business. I’ve long been thinking of buying new set of Dining Chairs and I thought of having those woods made into chairs of my own design, my own design eh!

So, that will be my next project, we are still negotiating with the labor pay and the venue of the assembly. But on top of it all, I’m no chair designer, thank God to online resources where I can envisage some prototypes of this project.

Anyway, I’ll be posting some updates if this project will push through, thanks for dropping by.


  1. wood i good choice, I have metal chairs and it can bend after many years. :(

  2. I'll look forward to seeing what you make. My father was a furniture maker, so I'm very interested.
    Also, I want to let you know that I’ve moved my blog, so to visit, just click on the link with this comment. Sorry for the bother, hope to see you soon!


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