Adam is a youtube fanatic, and I mean that in the best possible of ways. One of the (many) reasons I admire my hubby so much is that when he wants to learn something new (this happens pretty much every day), he takes to youtube (and the rest of the interwebs) to find out everything there is to know about that topic. One of his favorite video channels to watch is Diresta - this guy is SO talented and can make just about anything. If you're fascinated by how things are made, please check him out, because his videos are actually pretty mesmerizing.
But today, I want to share a couple of other videos that Adam introduced me to this morning. They are so inspiring and make me understand the level of craftsmanship and care that goes into building a piece of custom furniture.
Kyle Toth is a SoCal woodworker that makes beautiful vases, furniture and objets d'art. Check out his website, Wood by Toth for a glimpse of his stunning work.
The first video demonstrates how Kyle makes a knot table - a work of art, really:
The second, a video on how to build a wood vase from 70,000 pieces - wow!