At Samuel Moyer Furniture, a vital element of the design process is to develop a unique relationship with each built item. When Hudson Woods and Sam came together there was an immediate kinship, sharing an affinity for natural living.
Sam and his wife Casey moved from Los Angeles to Upstate New York in pursuit of a more authentic life. Surrounded by the “idyllic natural splendor” of the area, they are more inspired to do the work they love. Sam’s ethos revolves around reuse of materials, finding a hidden story in the age and character of salvaged wood. He is reminded of a quote passed onto him by a friend, “what you pay attention to makes you who you are.”
Sam is collaborating with Hudson Woods to custom build a freestanding kitchen pantry made from ethically sourced solid Black Walnut wood with a hand-rubbed oil finish, soapstone counter, custom in-laid brass details and leather door pulls.
Sam and Casey will be exhibiting at the Architectural Digest Home Show next week from March 20 – March 23 and you can visit their website here: samuelmoyerfurniture.com. They also write a blog called junque on the road about their adventures fixing up the old house they moved into upstate.
Black Walnut being prepared to become the custom kitchen pantry