NK Woodworking & Design of Seattle opened a 7,000-sq.-ft. art gallery in July.
Owner Nathie Katzoff says he and his team worked throughout the beginning of the year to open the lower level of their multi-story building for the public to view the company’s slab furniture, wooden bathtubs and Universe table collection.
“It’s very exciting for us. We have been converting our lower floor of our space to be a permanent woodworking gallery. We are hoping to have 30 pieces in it by August. We had a delayed start due to the pandemic, but things are moving along,” says Katzoff.
For more, visit www.nkwoodworking.com
Fine Furnishings is a go
The 25th annual Fine Furnishings Show, scheduled for Nov. 6–8 at the WaterFire Arts Center in Providence, R.I., is still on, according to show director Karla Little.
“I have been and plan to keep forging ahead. Rhode Island is about to move into Phase 3 and WaterFire Arts Center is having their own craft show that is usually in March at the end of September, so there will be a show happening in that building before mine. While we might have to wear masks, have hand sanitizer stations and keep socially distant, I know we can make that happen,” Little said in July.
The show will feature a Parade of Chairs made by exhibitors.
“I am really hoping there will be lots of pent up desire to go to shows come fall and with everyone home cleaning, painting, organizing there might be pent up desire to buy handmade for the home, too,” adds Little.
For more, visit www.finefurnishingsshows.com.
This article originally appeared in the August 2020 issue.