Lyndaker Inlay

classic furniture with new artistry



Lyndaker Inlay on Instagram!

It seems the thing for artists and artisans to do these days is create an Instagram account. So I have gone and done it.:) We now have a presence at Follow us for new projects and events! (And interesting... Continue Reading →


Photographs of Inlay through a Kaleidescope Filter

Using the Mirror Lab filter from Google Play I came up with some pretty neat creations using photos of Lyndaker Inlay projects. Enjoy!

Special Sale! Vintage Inlaid Chest!

Price Change on this beautiful inlaid vintage restored chest! See Craigslist ad link below

FOR SALE! Stunning Wood Inlay – Wood Inlay Storage Chest with Cedar Interior

Yesterday I completed one of my larger projects and posted it for sale on Craigslist today! You can see the details at the link below:

Still Christmas Shopping?

(Shh. Me too!) We had our last holiday event last Saturday, but the Lyndaker Inlay store is still open! If you're looking for a unique handmade gift for that special someone, then you can stop by our home studio, visit... Continue Reading →

TODAY! Lyndaker Inlay @ Riverdale Park Festival of Lights and Holiday Market

Don't let the rain keep you away from holiday cheer! Santa visits, live local music, trolley caroling, food, drink, and crafts from local artisans. Today 12-8pm at the Train Depot in Riverdale Park, MD. This is our final event of... Continue Reading →

NEW! Photo Frame Design

This is a new inlay photo frame design I completed today. It features my most recent patterns with hazelnut, mulberry, and African rosewood pieces down the center of the frame.

NEW! Desktop Bowling Game

This is a pretty cool desktop bowling game that I found and refurbished. A magnet holds the pins in place and then can be released for the bowling to begin. A custom made inlaid lid with redwood sides fits right... Continue Reading →

NEW! An Artsy Frame of Funkyness

I just finished up this 4x6 photo frame this morning. Rather than trimming the edges as usual, I decided to leave the pieces as is, in all of their irregular glory. To use what was my dear friend Verle's favorite... Continue Reading →

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