Ingrained Passion From cutting boards to tables, woodworker’s projects provide practical charm

The rustic smell of fresh-cut wood fills the sawdust-speckled floors at one Hoover craftsman’s shop. But he doesn’t just create wood projects for his own enjoyment.

Robin Fuller shares his passion for local, recycled wood through his company, Redbreast Studio. And it’s easy to see where the studio’s name comes from, with “Robin Redbreast” being a common nickname for him growing up, he says.

While studying industrial design at Auburn University, Fuller spent time in the woodshop and grew to love chipping away on his projects. “I think people are really drawn to the feel and warmth that wood gives off,” Fuller says…

To read more about Redbreast Studio, check out the May 2014 issue of Hoover’s Magazine. Find your copy here.