Ones to Watch: Robert Seliger

Ones to Watch: Robert Seliger

Posted by on Jul 27, 2016 in As Seen In

Spotlighting the work of custom furniture maker Robert Seliger Written By Michele CorrielWestern Art & Architecture In a small workshop on a ranch in Tumalo, Oregon, Robert Seliger carefully crafts 100 pieces of furniture each year. His work sometimes starts as a vision and sometimes it’s inspired by details he’s seen and then assembled in […]

Furniture Making Classes

Posted by on Aug 10, 2015 in As Seen In

I have been asked many times over the years to consider offering a weekend furniture making class. So, with my golf game on vacation, lets have some fun. I can show and teach you how to make any piece of furniture you can dream up or imagine….anything. Contact Me

Central Oregon Magazine

Central Oregon Magazine

Posted by on Dec 1, 2011 in As Seen In

Robert Seliger, woodworker and custom furniture designer, produces quality, hand-carved, artistic pieces of furniture at his shop in Tumalo. Each piece showcases Seliger’s love for curved lines and attention to detail, tendencies which are a product of his background in architectural design, cabinetry and home building. However, it is the actual woodwork itself that speaks of Seliger’s passion for his artwork.

1859 Magazine

1859 Magazine

Posted by on Jan 1, 2011 in As Seen In

In a world overrun by expendable, mass-produced tables and chairs, a piece of hand-crafted furniture offers an enduring experience and the opportunity to by locally and sustainably. Here in Oregon, a cult of ambitious, talented craftsmen offer a range of designs that look like art, act like furniture, and stand up admirably to time.

Bend Living

Bend Living

Posted by on Sep 1, 2007 in As Seen In

Custom-furniture maker Robert Seliger, a humble and soft-spoken wood craftsman, lets the beauty and quality of his handmade furniture speak for his national reputation for fine workmanship. The Colorado native, who moved to a Tumalo ranch in 1990, produces between 200 to 300 pieces of furniture each year from his converted horse-barn workshop that offers a commanding view of the Central Oregon Cascades.