Author Archives: WyldMoonChyld

About WyldMoonChyld

Artist, activist.

Funky Fingers Creations Fine Custom Woodworking

We build swings, built to fit bookshelves, custom tables with magnetic locking hidden drawers, fireplace mantels, chairs and more! All items in our catalog are custom built and can be ordered to fit your style, home and budget. We’re trying … Continue reading

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Concealed Compartment Chest of Drawers

Chest of drawers with concealed magnetically locking drawer and side storage areas made to hold two rifles on each side. Distressed and glazed finish, fluted side columns, rosettes and a rustic solid wood top. Measures 54 inches high, 40 inches … Continue reading

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Home Sweet Home

Fun little shelves that Steve makes out of leftover/scrap pieces of wood from the shop. They are 3ft high, 14 inches wide & 4 inches deep. Your choice of stain or paint color, $65. Message us on Facebook, call or text … Continue reading

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Custom Bookshelves

Custom built-to-fit Cherry wood bookshelves to update all four corners of the customer’s living room. We build stand-alone bookshelves or built-in units designed to perfectly fit your space in the style, wood selection and finish of your choosing. Call us … Continue reading

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Custom Staircase

Before & After photos of a staircase Steve rebuilt using reclaimed Yellow Pine to match the existing woodwork in the house.

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Custom Bookshelves

Ceiling to floor, wall-to-wall bookshelves made from cherry wood. These were custom fit on site and replaced the old outdated white painted shelves that were in the room. Some of the columns were designed to hide-away storage spaces.

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Linen/Storage Cabinet

Perfect for added storage without taking up a lot of extra space. This custom made cabinet has four deep shelves inside but it could also be made with a rod to hold coats and jackets and still have a shelf … Continue reading

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