Makers of Maine podcast featuring Geoffrey Warner

Makers of Maine podcast featuring Geoffrey Warner and Maine Craft Weekend Maine Craft weekend is Maine’s celebration of craft and craft artists. This year it takes place on October 3rd and 4th.  Maine Craft Association is also teaming up with Makers of Maine podcast hosted by Kristan Vermeulen. She takes listeners on a journey through…

New Apprentice at Owl Furniture

How about some good news and a silver lining in these crazy times! Geoff has an apprentice at Owl Furniture! Madison, Geoff’s nephew, was studying violin making at Indiana University but he was interested in furniture making, too. When your uncle is Geoffrey Warner, master furniture maker, and you have an opportunity to learn from…

MaMASKe – first visitor to the shop post quarantine

It’s May and our Governor, Janet Mills, is allowing some businesses to reopen with restrictions. Since we create ergonomic furniture that can be used for home offices we have been allowed to stay open as essential. We have been busy making desks and task stools for customers that want to set up their office space…

Another Happy Customer!

This summer, we worked with customers Warren and Sheila Straus to design and build a gorgeous, one-of-a-kind hard wood dining table.  We met them at a show in Florida this winter, and they loved Geoff’s design aesthetic so much that they comissioned a piece of their own.  We worked through the early summer while they…

We are Headed for Paradise City Northampton!

We are so excited to be headed down to Northampton, Massachusetts this weekend, October 7th-9th, for the Paradise City Arts Festival!  We will be at the Three County Fairgrounds in booth #227.  Stop by to see our whole line of OWL handcrafted, hardwood, ergonomic furniture, including our NEW one-of-a-kind table and stool set named “Grace.”…

Owl Furniture Receives Maine Tech Institute Grant!

Geoffrey Warner studio has received an MTI Techstart Grant to have a customer discovery and marketing analysis study performed in order to validate production of the patented Pro Owl seat from recycling polymers from local and regional fishing industries. Polypropylene and polyethylene fishing line and netting only last for so long before they start disintegrating…