INTERIORS AND SOURCES
WHAT IS MY HOPE FOR THE COLLECTION?
"I like that people want to touch the furniture, and to talk about it and tell stories. It seems to open up conversation about how we experience out world and how we want to live in it. My hope is that the Drought Collection encourages people to choose furniture for their spaces that has meaning to them, that they actually use, and that encourages conversations." READ MORE
LOS ANGELES TIMES
JANUARY 18, 2017
“No matter what, no two trees are going to have the same grain,” said Casey McCafferty, owner and designer of Venice-based CBM Woodworks. “You’re going to have a unique piece.”
McCafferty credits social media with stoking interest in craftsmanship and building respect for creative processes. “People realize we take a lot of time and use really interesting tools to produce some cool things.” READ MORE
To keep one of the oldest skilled trades alive, Casey McCafferty is rattling the boundaries of tradition by creating modern pieces that defy eras with CBM Woodworks. This once charmless auto body shop in the heart of Venice, California, has been reborn as a undeniably raw and creative workspace for self-taught craftsman. READ MORE
SANTA MONICA DAILY PRESS
OCTOBER 17, 2015
McCafferty is a self-taught craftsman who first became interested in working with his hands as a child.
“My father, who was a firefighter in New York City, he was always kind of doing things himself because he didn’t believe in paying other people to do it. So I kinda got the itch from that. And then woodworking, that was the medium that spoke to me. So this kind of unraveled from that point and I just kind of immersed myself in building furniture. First as a hobbyist, and now this.” READ MORE