I have two great friends here in Seattle who are event decorators (e.g., weddings, corporate events, holiday parties, etc.). I made these pieces according to their designs. These are quick, fun projects of "stage set" quality rather than high-end fine woodworking. The advantage to clients is that they are custom size and specification at a reasonable cost.
The first 3 photos show decorations designed by John at Aria Style for a local organization's holiday party in Dec. 2013. I made 27 wood frames ~10'H X 2'W with 9 lights per frame, which he painted white and filled with color gels to create a giant circular chandelier and 3 triangular pendant lights. The frames are made from poplar and required 540 floating tenons to construct. They really didn't look like much until John worked his magic on them. I think they turned out great!
The bottom photo is a DJ table I made for Choice Linens that was used at a corporate event at the Chihuly Garden and Glass museum at the Seattle Center. The goal was to make a lightweight table that's easy to move but sturdy enough to support turntables operated by energetic DJs. It's made from 1/2" plywood and poplar painted matte black.