Just outside of Boston, Massachusetts, in a hole in the ground, works a talented woodworker. Not a nasty, dirty, wet hole, filled with the ends of worms and an oozy smell, nor yet a dry, bare sandy hole with nothing in it to cut wood or finish projects: it was the workshop of Mansfield Fine Furniture, and that means comfort.
Sorry, I just saw the Hobbit, and couldn’t resist. Actually, in a comfortable, custom-built basement workshop works one Nick Roulleau, and the stuff he’s turning out in his shop is most impressive.
In his shop, you will find all manner of impressive custom woodworking – from the ornate to the terribly mundane (like the kitchen he’s currently building for his home). One thing you will find in all of his projects though – is a careful attention to detail and an eye for design.
Swing on by and say hi, but do me a favor, and don’t call him Rick… Just sayin’!