Handcrafted Furniture by Newly Released Prisoners
Prisoner Rehabilitation through Building and Selling Wooden Furniture
Hope is Skilled Training.
We teach men reentering society from prison how to build some of the finest quality furniture you will find. These returning citizens learn grain matching to bring out the natural beauty of wood; hand-cut and fitted joinery to enhance structural integrity and longevity; and a hand rubbed oil finish to give natural depth and beauty to each piece we make. Our furniture is heirloom quality and can be handed down from generation to generation, so those you love will also enjoy its enduring beauty. Our apprentices design and build a variety of types of handmade wooden furniture:
Black Walnut Table Awarded First Place
The New Man Project was awarded the blue ribbon at the 2013 Waukesha Art Fest. This beautiful black walnut table drew a lot of attention from the judges and attendees. Our hand crafted furniture has also been featured at the 2014 Milwaukee Fine Furnishings Show at the Harley-Davidson Museum.
Contact our Wisconsin prisoner rehabilitation program to learn more about custom wood furniture.