A live-edge maple coffee table with a split top and turned, windsor style base. Built by Duffy Designs.
A trestle style cherry table made with knock-down joinery. Built by Duffy Designs.
HANDCRAFTED HEIRLOOM QUALITY
TABLES, CHAIRS, & CABINETS
Duffy Designs is fine furniture maker, handcrafting pieces out of a small well equipped studio in the Denver, CO area.
Duffy Designs uses a hybrid approach to building, incorporating machines and traditional hand tools to produce exceptional furniture.
The foundation for a great piece of furniture starts at the drawing board. Duffy Designs creates pieces with intentional proportions, deliberate joinery and attentiveness to user interaction. Using a sketches, 3D CAD models, and renderings, each piece of furniture's full potential is achieved.
Duffy Designs builds furniture with only the highest quality materials. American hardwoods are hand selected for grain orientation, strength and beauty. Hardware is thoughtfully selected to harmonize with the piece of furniture and provide the best product possible.
Paul Duffy has a formal education in Fine Furniture Craftsmanship from Red Rocks Community College in Colorado and has worked for numerous commercial furniture shops prior to building under his own name. Other accolades include being featured in Fine Woodworking Magazine and acceptance for an upcoming 2024 Fellowship at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in Maine.
designer + furniture maker
Paul is a furniture designer working just outside Denver, CO. Formerly an Air Force Officer and Architect, Paul progressed his career after graduating from the fine woodworking program at Red Rocks Community College and now designs & builds furniture full time. Paul's work incorporates clean lines, subtle curves and refined forms inspired by Japanese and Shaker furniture.
“I have a deep belief that our lives can be enriched by incorporating natural, handcrafted objects around us. I work tirelessly in my shop to create authentic, beautiful and functional furniture that lasts a lifetime.”