David Voyles' Profile

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Since I was young enough to remember I was following my dad around everywhere he went. His greatest hobby was collecting antiques and wood working. Like father like son, yes, I caught the fever. Following behind dad, I was always picking up scrap pieces of wood that were ready for the scrap bin, glueing, nailing and painting I would make something straight from my imagination. By the time I was 10 dad encouraged me to build my first master piece. We purchased an old cast iron sewing machine base and I scrapped, sanded and painted it black. We found some scrap pieces of oak to make a top and a drawer. Then off to sanding, cutting, glue and finishing , I completed my 1st master piece (desk). I sold the desk for $25.00 and I was on my way.

Now it's forty years later and I'm still at it , but now more than ever. After working in 2 furniture factories, a lumber yard, a pallet company,…

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  • Male
  • Born on April 14
  • Joined April 12, 2011

Favorite materials

reclaimed wood, old frames, furniture parts, barn lumber, old hardware, unusual items, pine lumber, anything discarded, old windows, door headers, shutters, old ceiling tins

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About

Since I was young enough to remember I was following my dad around everywhere he went. His greatest hobby was collecting antiques and wood working. Like father like son, yes, I caught the fever. Following behind dad, I was always picking up scrap pieces of wood that were ready for the scrap bin, glueing, nailing and painting I would make something straight from my imagination. By the time I was 10 dad encouraged me to build my first master piece. We purchased an old cast iron sewing machine base and I scrapped, sanded and painted it black. We found some scrap pieces of oak to make a top and a drawer. Then off to sanding, cutting, glue and finishing , I completed my 1st master piece (desk). I sold the desk for $25.00 and I was on my way.

Now it's forty years later and I'm still at it , but now more than ever. After working in 2 furniture factories, a lumber yard, a pallet company, carpentry work and antiquing, my head is full of ideas. Through the encouragement of my wife and my 2 grown children I am putting these ideas into production. My son has now joined in with me and together we our making our dream come true. Our business is called T & D Cabinetry. T for Tim and D for David perfect fit.

I hope you like our shop and enjoy these items as much as we do.

Have a blessed day,

David
T&D Cabinetry




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