Woodworker and furnishings maker Jorge Martinez took a jump of belief last February when he signed a lease for an empty store along Highway 12 on the eastern edge of Santa Rosa. The craftsmen, that grew up in a family of makers in Mexico (his papa was a woodworker, and his mother was a painter), formerly sold his styles at a furniture store in Napa, but had actually constantly wished for a room of his very own. “My life is functioning hard,” Martinez claims. “This is my interest.”
Currently, in between helping consumers at his new Santa Rosa shop, A glass of wine Country Style, Martinez can be discovered at job on the patio outside, where he reduces wood and forms new pieces. Martinez works largely with recycled timbers, as well as almost all of his layouts can be personalized, permitting clients to choose the dimension, sort of equipment, timber, and coating.
A light fixture made by Jorge Martinez hangs at his Wine Country Decoration showroom in Santa Rosa. (Christopher Chung/ Journalism Democrat)
A closet created by Jorge Martinez at his Red wine Nation Style showroom in Santa Rosa. (Christopher Chung/ Journalism Democrat)
Wide tables of rustic ache or wavy-grained parota wood (common in Mexican furnishings styles) can be completed in shellac or in wax for outdoor usage. In enhancement to his own furnishings items, Martinez additionally imports extra-large terra- cotta pots, metal-framed mirrors, paints, sculptures, and various other decoration from Mexico.
Martinez takes pleasure in seeing the momentum for his styles construct in the neighborhood. “It makes me so satisfied,” he claims. “It’s opening my eyes. It makes me feel secure, like a rock.”
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Currently, in between aiding clients at his new Santa Rosa store, Red wine Nation Style, Martinez can be found at job on the patio area outside, where he cuts timber and forms brand-new pieces. A light component made by Jorge Martinez hangs at his A glass of wine Nation Style showroom in Santa Rosa. Martinez appreciates seeing the momentum for his layouts build in the area.