G2 Handwerker Designs will be hosting the “Mountain Made Makers’ Market” on June 4th and 5th of 2021 at the Summersville Lake Retreat and Lighthouse in Mt. Nebo, WV. We will be showcasing makers, builders and artisans from West Virginia and the surrounding states. Admission is free for the general public. If anyone is interested in becoming a vendor contact us for more information.
This custom built ten person oak dining table is the third piece of furniture made by G2 Handwerker Designs that has been featured on HGTV’s Property Brothers: Forever Home. It was a part of the redesign of Kelly and Brian’s home on episode 12 of season 4.
G2 Handwerker Designs was interviewed by WCHS TV. Follow the link to watch.
G2 Handwerker Designs built a custom walnut dining table that was featured on Episode 5 of the 4th Season of HGTV’s Property Brothers: Forever Home. We are glad we were able to contribute to the “Forever Home“ of Eric and Charisma.
G2 Handwerker Designs was featured in the January 24, 2021 edition of the Charleston Gazette-Mail newspaper.
G2 Handwerker Designs met with Mark Epstein and Leon Antar at their office in New York City about future collaborations in furniture design and manufacturing. Mark is one of the most well known and respected interior designers in the city and is known nation wide for his talent. We look forward to the opportunity to work with them.
G2 Handwerker Designs will have custom furniture on three episodes of the current season of Property Brothers: Forever Home. Be sure to tune in at 9:00pm on Wednesdays to see some of our custom handmade products!
G2 Handwerker Designs partnered with Sarah Goodyear Studios to produce a one of a kind maple barn door for a client in the Washington D.C. area. We built the door and she completed the amazing artwork.
G2 Handwerker Designs was featured in the Morgantown, WV based Dominion Post. Follow the link to read the article.
G2 Handwerker Designs was featured in the December 10th edition of the Nicholas Chronicle newspaper.
G2 Handwerker Designs presented a walnut slab with Summersville Lake engraved and epoxied in it to the Summersville Convention and Visitors Bureau.
This Business Is Owned And Operated By A Combat Wounded Veteran.