Rosewalker Arts

Architectural Woodturning

Nashville, TN

What is Architectural Woodturning?


-involves use of the lathe and other sophisticated tooling to fabricate decorative elements. Examples include porch posts, balusters, newel posts, decorative finials, table legs and stretchers, and design motifs.


-Rosewalker provides Architectural Woodturning to contractors, millwork houses, cabinet and furniture makers, old house enthusiasts, antique dealers and collectors,

designers and others who require the best available quality and service.


We pride ourselves in very high quality execution of fine detailing.


Turnings are sanded to either paint grade or stain grade.


Our Technical Capabilities

-10 1/2 foot length turnings

-20" diameter face plate work

*These can be expanded even

more by special fixtures.


Pretty sure our lathe can beat up your lathe. 


We provide limited runs of

any design you need executed.


We can receive CAD drawings to work from.


All of our work is done by

hand or assisted by routers. 

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Various Turned Pedestals

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Large Porch Posts and Balusters

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Table Legs with Carved Details

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Pilasters with Flutes or Beads

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Entire Pieces of Furniture Turned

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Very Large and Detailed Table Bases

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We turn these items and more...

Stair Balusters

Newel Posts

Porch Posts

Chair Parts

Cabinet Pilasters

Table Legs

Finials


Faceplate turning

is also done by us.



We also perform these details on turnings:

Flutes

Spirals

Beads

Barley Twists

Hand Carved Details 

Our Associations

ASID Industry Partner

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We are happy to be associated with the fine interior designers of ASID

Member of AIC

  

We are a member of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. We stay current with the latest technologies for conservation and restoration.

Our Local Craftsperson's Guild

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We are a supporting member of the Cumberland Furniture Guild of Middle Tennessee

We Accept All Major Credit Cards

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Respect the Past

Celebrate the Present

Create the Future