Created from a beam from the Chatham Marconi Listening Station - built in 1914 - and a salvaged bronze boat propeller.
We reupholstered a French rollback chair with salvaged sailcloth. The piece now has a coastal flair and is nearly weather proof.
At Atlantic Workshop,we take pieces of Cape Cod history and handcraft them into striking, functional, one-of-a-kind pieces. An antique dinghy destined for the landfill becomes sculpture. An aging lobster pot becomes a ceiling light fixture. Weathered wood is turned into a dining room table. Commissioned projects welcomed! Bring us your vision and we'll make it happen.
All of our creations are:
• Made using repurposed items
• A piece of local history
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Our collection is now available at the Mayflower Shop; 475 Main Street, Chatham
An old lobster pot that was beautifully weathered from spending years in the sea was transformed into a ceiling light fixture.
Vintage cabinets that had a fairly typical feel were refinished and then refaced using wood that we repurposed from salvaged boats. They can be used as nightstands or even end tables.
Our century-old carriage house, original to Chatham Bars Inn, on Depot Road in Chatham is where it all happens. Stop in and watch Scott as he creates and browse our newest pieces.