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Raising the roof

Artisans
Knot a problem
By Quentin Casey

If you can imagine something made of wood, it’s likely Jeff Amos (the owner of Amos Wood), can make it a reality. His Blockhouse, Nova Scotia company works with wood varieties including white ash, yellow birch, maple and red spruce. From those varieties, Amos and his team create flooring, bar tops, conference tables and more. “All the details can be just as our clients wish,” he says.

This Amos Wood table is made of black walnut and iron. Says Jeff Amos: "Pounded hot iron yields texture and colour that are primordial."

This Amos Wood table is made of black walnut and iron. Says Jeff Amos: “Pounded hot iron yields texture and colour that are primordial.”

The Amos Wood countertop, fashioned from hard maple, was shipped to a customer in Vancouver.

The Amos Wood countertop, fashioned from hard maple, was shipped to a customer in Vancouver.

This door is made of baltic birch ply, with lattice work shaped from cherry. Also in view is a white-plank cherry floor and a vanity made of a vertical slab of walnut, with a cherry top.

This door is made of baltic birch ply, with lattice work shaped from cherry. Also in view is a white-plank cherry floor and a vanity made of a vertical slab of walnut, with a cherry top.

 

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