custom furniture

Have a unique project? Need to polish your space with that perfect piece of furniture that ties everything together? Crucible excels in the creative process and brings form and functionality together to make your idea a reality.  We would be excited to discuss your custom furniture needs with you.



Professional's Desk

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Modern aesthetic with a rustic approach.  Crucible was recruited to help make this project a reality.  Our client, a local photographer in Bozeman MT was remodeling her office.  She had been toying with this design for some time and had finally come to a decision to get the project underway.  The initial "model" was a folded piece of paper, very close to the shape you see now.  The overall concept was to have a continuous surface from floor to shelf and have the effect that it was floating.  After discussing her specific work flow needs, we designed custom drawers for the keyboard and graphic tablet.  Along with shelves for two drobo storage devices, and a space for knick knacks.  Our client handpicked the wood with the help of one of our suppliers.  We then began the process of dissecting the angles and construction of the frame.  This project is one of three components for her remodel, which also include sliding barn doors and a bed frame.


conference table

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We designed this conference table for a law firm in Polson Montana.  Our client had salvaged the three inch thick maple wood butchers block and wanted to use it specifically for this project.  Crucible was given the pleasure of designing a base for this piece, incorporating the massive three foot wide, ten foot long wood top.  We wanted this piece to really make an impression when you walked into the room.  Our design team took an Art Deco approach with strong, clean lines giving the table an elegant yet strong appeal.  We used 5"x 5" steel tube to give the base an industrial look and balance the size of the wood top.  We then took to the task of sanding down and refinishing the wood, while being careful to leave the character of years of use.  The final touch was the half inch thick steel frame that trims the bottom of the butchers block.  This component ties the piece together aeshetically and sharpens the base line of the wood.