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Darrell Osborn realized his strong work ethic as the son of a potato farmer in Northwestern Pennsylvania.  It was in the Industrial Arts program at his local high school where Darrell discovered his love for the fine craft of woodworking.  He expanded his skills further and became a cabinetmaker and finisher at a local business, Kitchens by Meade.   To build on his foundation of woodworking he attended California State University in California, PA where he received a B.S. Degree in Industrial Arts Education.  Upon completing his college degree he taught at Fort LeBoeuf High School in the Industrial Arts Program and went on to co-own Kitchens by Meade where he excelled in kitchen design and sales.

Further doors opened as Darrell accepted a position at the Cherry Hill Division of Ethan Allen as a Machine Room Foreman. Here he became involved in Quality-Safety Programs.  He went on to become Mid-East Regional Manager of Quality and Safety programs for Ethan Allen.  As Regional Manager he focused on the art of furniture finishing and practices in furniture design and construction.  Darrellís next position was plant Superintendent for the Cherry Hill Division of Ethan Allen until its close in 2003 due to the loss of jobs to China.  

Pride in the American dream and quality craftsmanship for the American people spurred this Potato Farmers son to live the ideals of his training.  Darrell continues to provide quality workmanship to those who are seeking custom designs.


 Scott realized his passion for woodworking while attending Fort LeBoeuf High School in Waterford, PA.  Through the encouragement of his industrial arts teacher, Scott entered a woodworking competition his junior year, submitting a grandfather clock he had designed and built.  He took first place and best in show, and the following year he won the competition again when he entered a Canopy California King bed.  To date, he is the only entrant to win the competition two years in a row.  These early successes inspired him to pursue his industrial arts education degree at California State University of Pennsylvania.

After college he went on to become co-owner and shop supervisor at Kitchens by Meade.  Scottís extensive woodworking resume includes time as a Furniture Inspector at Russellís Ethan Allen of Waterford and a Cabinetmaker and Installer at Spartansburg Kitchens.

For the past 20 years Scott has worked as an independent finish carpenter, cabinetmaker, and subcontractor.  Working as an independent carpenter allows Scott to give each of his customers the individual attention that is necessary to create artfully crafted pieces.  His attention to detail and skills honed over a lifetime of woodworking can be seen in every job he undertakes.