When furniture designer Jared Rusten eyes a batch of walnut, maple, or cherry wood, he sees an opportunity to transform it into a beautiful, lasting piece that becomes a part of his clients’ lives. SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/glamsubscribe for more videos like this and leave a comment below.
In our first episode of My Design Life, we visited Jared in his San Francisco studio to see how building skateboard ramps as a kid transformed into the enduring woodworking business that it is today.
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