Bill made the pieces you see here to meet the specific needs of the people who now own them. When you click on each one to see its individual story and visual detail, you can see the difference that his attention to detail makes. Bill personally selects the wood he uses, paying particular attention to width, grain pattern, and consistency of color. Also, he insists on French-polishing, a painstaking hand-rubbed finishing technique used by top 18th- and 19th-century cabinetmakers to showcase the true beauty of the wood. The William Evans piece you order for yourself may be an original or a reproduction of something you’ve admired. Either way, it will be made by hand just for you. Just let him know when you’re ready to talk.

Desks, Chests & Stands

A Home Office Gem

Traditional look ~ contemporary use

Seymour inspired

Any twist you want

Restored from the
ravages of time

More that meets the eye

Recognize this one?

Chests & Stands

Guess how many watches

An elegant watch cabinet

Showcasing the grain

Hidden mirrors

Is a rose really a rose?

Beauty follows function

Off the charts

Would you believe “bookwormwood”?

When shy won’t do