Lyndaker Inlay

classic furniture with new artistry

Nicaraguan Criollo Cigar Box

Criollo is a brand of cigars from Nicaragua. I picked up this box at Community Forklift. I thought it would make a nice pen (or cigar) holder. I added an inlay top featuring found black walnut and several of my... Continue Reading →


Now Taking Orders! Inlay Dolphin Back Scratcher!

I made a couple of these several years back and used the one I made for my daughter as a pattern. Wood inlay pattern featuring exotic and domestic woods. Semi gloss finish. 13 inches in length. With rawhide strap. $18... Continue Reading →

An Amazing Discovery – Montblanc Meets Inlay

Today I made a remarkable discovery: A MontBlanc pen that has been in my possession for many years is quite valuable! I also discovered that I have a small cedar chest with an inlay top I completed recently that is... Continue Reading →


Using the beltsander to finish up a project - inlay top for a small quarter sawn oak bench. Really levels out the top and saves sanding time. I have four triangular pieces to add (ebony?), then filler, and then it's... Continue Reading →

For Sale!! – Wood Inlay CCG Sports Cards Box

Perfect for your CCG or sports card collections! See the Craigslist ad below:

Inlay from Puerto Rico

Here are some really nice examples of wood inlay that I saw at a gift shop in the El Yunque rainforest near Luquillo, Puerto Rico.

FOR SALE – Tiny Cedar Chest

For sale is a lovely tiny cedar chest. It was sanded, refinished, and then we added our signature wood inlaid top. This inlay pattern features purple heart, kingwood, and zebrawood. Butterfly hinges and hardware added. Dimensions: app. 3.5" wide, 5.25"... Continue Reading →

FOR SALE – Keepsake Chest

For sale is a beautiful poplar keepsake chest, refinished, and then inlaid on the top. This particular inlay pattern features padouk (reddish wood), wenge (dark wood), yellow heart, and black walnut. All natural wood colors. A clear matte finish was... Continue Reading →

Inlay Wall Plate

Today I put the finishing touches on an inlay wall plate to cover an old light switch box in the living room. I think it looks a little better than the plastic one it replaced.:)

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