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My name is Cory Warner. I'm a cabinet-maker and furniture designer.

I work alone out of a small (320 square foot) shop located in Lehi, Utah, which is about 35 miles south of Salt Lake City where I was born.

For the past four years, I have been pursuing furniture construction and design as an endeavor of passion, rather than as a career. My background began in architectural/mechanical drafting and design, as well as working as a machinist/welder, finish carpenter, motorcycle mechanic and various other forms of manual labor.

At this point in time, my furniture output is fairly minimal as I have just moved shop spaces (again), and am working to get everything set up. The body of work I am pursuing is primarily centered around the use of hand tools and period methodology; however I plan to start using machines again in the near future to help expedite certain milling/dimensioning processes. 


Certificate of Completion with a major in Cabinetmaking and Furniture Construction (with honors) in May of 2016, SLCC

Recipient of Jay Gaynor Memorial Scholarship (awarded November of 2017), Colonial Williamsburg, VA

Sponsored Attendance at EAIA 85th Annual Meeting (May of 2018), Bethlehem, PA

(IN PROGRESS) Research in support of the Utah Historical Society: "Beehive Metaphors: A Contemporary Study of Mormon Pine Furniture"


The General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen (NYC)

The Society of American Period Furniture Makers

Early American Industries Association

Eagle Scout award from The Boy Scouts of America, (Earned 2004)



PHONE: (385) - 625 - 9784

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