Eddie started making furniture in middle high school and represented his school in competitions in a number states. He moved to Houston to work and attend college to major in Industrial Technology. His goal was to teach high school wood shop... he achieved his goal. One of his instructors noticed his skills, and peaked his interest in creating high quality furniture.
Eddie's first job in Houston was at the Alley Gallery, a gallery that exhibited framed vintage prints, with representation of painters and fine-crafters as well. With the combination of working in the gallery and taking classes in furniture design, drafting and upholstery, his present company was born in his college class room.
In middle high school his goal was to someday produce quality functional interior furniture art pieces.
Eddie has worked with the interior designer trade for many years, the experience that gave him the skills of placing together fabrics and colors, as well as different styles of furniture.
He calls the footstools and ottomans, "Conversation Pieces", they don't have to match, but they work in many unique settings. With clean lines and colorful fabrics and leathers, these pieces can be used in many rooms and not overwork the space.
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