The Concrete Caramel Connection

  What do concrete and caramels have in common? They are both beloved by local chocolatier David Gambill, who owns Sonoma Chocolatiers in Sebastopol. David is a customer of ours who ordered a custom concrete slab a few years ago to use in his chocolate shop, specifically for making caramels, for…

14 Foot Concrete Table

  We clocked another milestone in the shop recently - our longest table, biggest pour to date! Our commission was to create a 14 foot long outdoor table with an inner recess for it's corresponding stand. It would also have a separate copper heating element running through the bottom to heat…

Hog Island Oyster Co.

We are so excited to announce the opening of the newly renovated Hog Island Oyster space in the San Francisco Ferry Building, featuring an array of new countertops and features by Bohemian Stoneworks. Working with architect Cass Calder Smith, we developed a U-shaped oyster bar that would house the shucking station and…

Updated Farmhouse

Bringing a modern aesthetic and superior functionality to a country farm house is a great way to update your look but incorporate natural elements into the overall design. For this farm house, located on the Russian River, we used locally sourced Russian River aggregate in all the mixes and custom…

Sea Ranch

This project from a home in the Sea Ranch, California community along the coast is one of our all-time favorites. One of the rooms we worked on was the kitchen, which had a custom color matched golden yellow countertop to compliment the warm wood accents and bright sunny windows. The…

Subtle Colors

Working with interior designers and architects with great taste is one of the things that brings out the most interesting effects in our work. On this project, for the Doyle house in Santa Rosa, we worked with Sarah Woodfield of Harrison Woodfield Architects to create a seamless, subtle effect in this…