Custom Fine Furniture by Alan Young
114 Woodward Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197
734 218-5803
Custom Fine Furniture by Alan Young
114 Woodward Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197
734 218-5803
@2014 alan young
  There are two sets for this table-One with Walnut and Maple pieces on Brass bases.
I finished a pair of new music cabinets. These are based on a cabinet I made in 2009 for a terrific couple in Long Island New York. These two new cabinets are headed west---The "C-Clef" cabinet went to a client in Scottsdale Arizona and the Art Deco design cabinet is in Cameron Park, California. 

These Twin Music Stands were
 designed and built to adorn the new  Shigeru Kawai semi-concert grand Piano for the Salmagundi Club of New York
This Game Table was built for a client in Laguna Woods, California
This Case-On-Stand is designed to hold an historic Bible for Levy Baptist Church in Little Rock, Arkansas
This chess set was designed and built for my Son-in-law when he took a new Job with a Start-Up in San Francisco. The set reflects the color schemes of the San Francisco 49ers and the Oakland Raiders football teams.
This Liturgical Credenza for Glacier Hills Retirement Center Ann Arbor Solid Mahogany framing with Sapele Veneer. Finish is toned Shellac with Transtint Red Mahogany Dye. Top Coat-Lacquer.
This Lectern was made for Glacier Hills Retirement Center Ann Arbor
These are the first three of four pieces for an Ann Arbor client. An Entry Hall Tree,an Entry Bench a Napping Couch and A Bookcase.
This cabinet in Cherry was completed for a couple in Washington D.C. The case is designed around a stained glass panel the clients acquired and wanted to implement in the design. The upper case will hold audio components and the lower case will hold DVD's and CD's accessed by three drawers on extension slides. 
The beginning of 2017 has several new designs on the drawing board and a various stages of fabrication. These designs include an Arts and Crafts Sideboard, a Dutch Pullout Dining Table in walnut, A new Music Stand and an Art Deco Bookcase. Check in as these piece develop in the coming weeks.