GHa Furniture

We build almost everything in GHA.  We build the tables, shelves, bar, counters, we even build some of the chairs.  Below is a gallery of some of our past projects.  We sell products that are in the store as well as give quotes for sketches that people bring in.  We specialize in tables that hold hi-fi gear, books, records, and drinks!  The materials we use range from mahogany (from Malaysia), bowling alley wood (from the old Elks Club in Tacoma), reclaimed fir, cedar, oak, and bamboo. 

5 pieces of Mahogany (lined the cargo containers that carried the Boeing Dreamliner engine hubs from Malaysia to Seattle).  No nails, no screws.  This piece is currently in GHA.  $1299.

5 pieces of Mahogany (lined the cargo containers that carried the Boeing Dreamliner engine hubs from Malaysia to Seattle).  No nails, no screws.  This piece is currently in GHA.  $1299.

Laser cut top and bottom from bowling lane reclaimed from the Tacoma Elks Lodge (demolished in 2012).  Sold.

Laser cut top and bottom from bowling lane reclaimed from the Tacoma Elks Lodge (demolished in 2012).  Sold.

Thick pieces of wood found by the side of the road.  $799.

Thick pieces of wood found by the side of the road.  $799.

Glue laminated beam cut in half with mahogany sides and feet.  $999.

Glue laminated beam cut in half with mahogany sides and feet.  $999.

Found wood, live edges.  $999.

Found wood, live edges.  $999.

Mahogany (lined the cargo containers that carried the Boeing Dreamliner engine hubs from Malaysia to Seattle).  $1199.

Mahogany (lined the cargo containers that carried the Boeing Dreamliner engine hubs from Malaysia to Seattle).  $1199.

Mahogany (lined the cargo containers that carried the Boeing Dreamliner engine hubs from Malaysia to Seattle) stained with "Lake Tahoe Fairliner Red."  Sold.

Mahogany (lined the cargo containers that carried the Boeing Dreamliner engine hubs from Malaysia to Seattle) stained with "Lake Tahoe Fairliner Red."  Sold.

Thick deck wood (reclaimed) used full on the bottom, then ripped length-wise for the pieces on top.  The frame pieces are 3 slats glued together.  There is even moss that was left on the side that was varnished.  SOLD.

Thick deck wood (reclaimed) used full on the bottom, then ripped length-wise for the pieces on top.  The frame pieces are 3 slats glued together.  There is even moss that was left on the side that was varnished.  SOLD.

Custom metal base under GHA top.  Made from bowling lane wood (from the old Tacoma Elks Lodge) with Mahogany sides (from the old church pews from St. Francis Cabrini church in Tacoma).  Sold.

Custom metal base under GHA top.  Made from bowling lane wood (from the old Tacoma Elks Lodge) with Mahogany sides (from the old church pews from St. Francis Cabrini church in Tacoma).  Sold.

Mahogany book table.  Sold.

Mahogany book table.  Sold.

Matching end tables from bowling wood and the salvaged bases from ash trays.  Sold.

Three 18" deep sections of bowling lane sandwiched together.  Custom metal frame with adjustable risers built by our friend Andy O!  Sold. 

Three 18" deep sections of bowling lane sandwiched together.  Custom metal frame with adjustable risers built by our friend Andy O!  Sold. 

Bowling wood, custom base.  Sold.

Discarded table, restructured, refinished.

Discarded table, restructured, refinished.