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The combination of face frames to the floor, inset shaker doors, and “tobacco wood” counter and shelves really worked in this open-plan row house. The unit to the left of the bookcases is a coat closet + shoes below, and … Continue reading
This extra-wide (41″) interior door was built for a local school. The panels were stained before assembly to prevent white lines from showing up around the perimeter in winter, when reduction in humidity causes them to shrink slightly.
All red-oak, rail and style construction with raised panels. Cherry desk surfaces. Custom double-sided file cabinet.
I designed these for a local nonprofit who was willing to bend toward nontraditional. They are tenants of a historical mansion which, I guess you could call “ritzy”. Stained oak trim, thick textured wallpaper, 10′ ceiling, and the requirement that … Continue reading
I built these for a local contractor who specializes in wine cellars. These double doors have been designed for a very small refrigerated unit. The cores are filled with foil-backed ridgid insulation, which has been adhered to skins with contact … Continue reading
Over half a century of daily use fractured the joints of this chair back beyond repair. After peeling back the upholstery for closer examination, all of the parts just fell out! Here are a few images of the repair – … Continue reading