This week, we’re highlighting one of our members, Trent Dean!
Based in Sacramento, Ca, Trent specializes in unique and long-lasting custom furniture making, as well as home accents. One thing is certain, if you commision Trent Dean, you will end up with a piece that’s about as far away from what you could purchase at a mass-produced chain. Not only that, Trent’s work will make you feel like it’s an extension of your personality (because it is!).
During the pop-up, Trent showcased items such as incense holders, tables, steel sculptures, and more. As you admire his work, it’s worth noting how amazingly well urban lumber, reclaimed wood, and art continuously come together in such a beautiful and cohesive way through his projects.
And, of course, we’re not the only ones to notice! Trent’s been featured by Sacramento Magazine, Submergemagazine.com, and most recently on the podcast “Serious talk, Seriously” with Johnny Flores. Additionally, West Elm has also commisioned Trent to supply them with his own made-to-order furniture line. There seems to be no end to what this artist can accomplish!
Sacramento Magazine had this to say about Trent – “Dean’s eye-catching tables, stools, and plant stands have gained a local following and the mutual admiration of fellow artisans.”
Another outlet Trent has curated work for has been in the Sacramento restaurant industry, designing tables and other furniture for businesses such as “Cannon”. Hoping to continue down this route, Dean envisions more commissions from this sector in the future.
Urban Salvaged and Reclaimed Woods are ecstatic to have such an innovative creative on their member’s board. We can’t wait to see what he comes up with next!