Falling back on the design experience gained from working for Ralph Lauren and Lacoste in college, Daniel H. Finney began a career in design, started making custom handmade furniture, with an emphasis on using reclaimed materials. Inspired from the rustic and agrarian motifs Finney observed while building, and also combines his passion for the finer things in life. The resulting vision is a complete turnkey lifestyle offering that takes customers from chopping their own firewood on Sunday, to negotiating international trade on Monday.
Daniel H. Finney Arcward At First Rocking Chaise
This is a modern and minimalist take on a rocking chair. Made from a single piece of custom bent wood , it’s a fantastic addition to any sleek space.
Daniel H. Finney Twin Bradberries Bench
This piece features two countertop grade cement arches held together by a concealed steal structure. This creates the illusion that the top is hovering between the two arches . The combination of the industrial arches and the hovering top create a visually striking centerpiece that will capture everyone’s attention.
Daniel H. Finney 305 Church Tablet Coffee Table
This 305 Church Table is a fine example of modern design — with a user friendly twist. An iPad can be mounted from underneath, with all its all wires concealed . This creates a functional yet elegant addition to any coffee table.
Daniel H. Finney Tyler On The Run Coffee Table
The heaviest and most imposing design DHF currently offers, Tyler On The Run table’s simple yet unique design creates a focal point in any room. This piece is as indestructible as it is industrial .
Daniel H. Finney Cigar Factories Table
The seat of this table is built using reclaimed Beech floor joists from a former tobacco factory in South Carthage, TN. Some say, on dark and stormy nights, you can still smell the cigar smoke emanating from the timbers. Either way, it’s a completely one-of-a-kind addition to any home .
Daniel H. Finney Cigar Seat
The seat of this bench is built using reclaimed Beech floor joists from a former tobacco factory in South Carthage, TN. Some say, on dark and stormy nights, you can still smell the cigar smoke emanating from the timbers. Either way, it’s a completely one-of-a-kind addition to any home .