Kyle Toth

Meet Kyle Toth, Owner/Woodworker

Kyle Toth’s love of woodworking began at a very young age. As a high school student he not only constructed and wore a wooden backpack but, developed a passion for the lathe and woodworking. He has since then created numerous segmented wooden vases, pieces of furniture, and objects d’art.

Toth was one of twelve students selected to the Cabinet and Furniture program at the North Bennett Street School in Boston, MA. He finished his degree in 2011 and has been featured in the Providence Art Show, Boston’s World Trade Center Furniture Show, and the Del Mar, CA Woodworking competition.

Toth’s work has been displayed domestically and internationally. He has played an integral part in branding for Refuge Brewery where his tap handles have been distributed throughout Southern California, Texas, and Arizona. Toth’s work can also be found on display at RJ Manufacturing and MacBeath Hardwood. He has worked with Disneyland, Jelly Skateboards and Metallica.

Toth’s keen eye for detail and craftsmanship brings client’s visions to life as a lasting piece for generations. He skillfully creates each work not only as functional within the home but also to be enjoyed as a rare object of beauty. He transforms each piece of wood with an eclectic array of styles and believes the heart of the work lies within the choice of wood, grain, and texture.

 

Vigil Films | The Ardent Collective — Kyle Toth

Vigil Films presents The Ardent Collective; A continuing series focusing on the talents of Southern California artists and craftsmen. Their first film in the series features Kyle Toth, a cabinet and furniture builder. Kyle attended the famed North Bennett Street School in Boston, Massachusetts as one of twelve students in the cabinet and furniture program. Toth’s keen eye for detail and craftsmanship brings client’s visions to life as a lasting piece for generations.

He skillfully creates each work not only as functional within the home but also to be enjoyed as a rare object of beauty. He transforms each piece of wood with an eclectic array of styles and believes the heart of the work lies within the choice of wood, grain, and texture.