Keith Fritz is highly articulate in the verse of his craft, which is design. Through a sophisticated use of architectural devices including form, scale, and detail, they are able to create pieces that serve your clients needs and articulate the classical ideals of beauty. It's no exaggeration to say that Keith has a love affair with wood. As his father and grandfather would harvest trees, he would marvel at the incredible patterns that would be revealed. Today Keith selects the oldest, most stressed and troubled trees, which invariably yield the most striking configurations of grain. He believes a good finish should be richly receptive to the senses of both sight and touch; it should be lustrous, deep, and warm to both eye and hand. Their labor-intensive finishing process gives wood a natural chatoyance and glow that is rarely seen today.