I am a custom woodworker based in Prince Edward County, Ontario.

I specialize in solid wood tables and custom built furniture.



My work is born out of a passion for craftsmanship and a desire to create long lasting, functional, works of art. I strive to create beautiful solid wood pieces that will be cherished and passed down for generations.


Woodworking has been a lifelong interest for me. In 2012 I created my business, Emerson Pringle Carpentry. Almost immediately I found my niche in fine woodworking and started creating distinctly beautiful custom furniture pieces.


My workshop is located in Waupoos, Prince Edward County, Ontario. I source and use local Canadian hardwoods almost exclusively. I am so dedicated to using local wood that I have built a solar powered kiln for drying lumber and I harvest and use trees from my family farm.  


I love taking a project from design to finish. Working one on one with my clients, drafting drawings specifically for them and bringing the entire project forward to the end is very fulfilling. I am happy to work with many styles and can help people determine their needs. Send me an email today with your ideas!  

Email: empringle@gmail.com




Custom Projects

  • Dining Tables

  • Coffee Tables

  • End Tables

  • Kitchen Islands

  • Book Cases

  • Side boards

  • Beds

  • Benches

  • Boxes

  • Custom Woodwork


Exceptional Service

  • 3D Sketch-up drawing of ​your custom piece

  • Prompt emails and phone calls to discuss your project

  • Fully costed quote

  • Realistic deadlines

  Custom Woodwork  

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Please email me to discuss your next project.  I ALWAYS respond to emails, usually within a day or two.

Emerson Pringle

Email:  empringle@gmail.com

Phone:  613-503-2148

Location:  Waupoos, Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada

Please call ahead if you would like to visit my workshop.


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Mortise and Tenon Table Base

Table base constructed with wedged mortise and tenon joinery for strength. Walnut through tenons exposed and wedged with ash for looks.