With the holidays upon us, most everyone can relate to the need for an additional work surface or extra seating. Here's a clever solution to this problem, one that's there when you need it and out of sight and out of the way when you don't.
This amazing hood is noteworthy for both its size and its ornamentation. We've never showcased a hood with appliqués like this one has.
Shown here are two pantries and a glass front hutch with oval mullions finished in a dark stain, Walnut on Cherry. Each pantry is 96" high with extended top rail to which is attached a carved capital treatment. Front frames are 2" thick.
A massive island going through the shop features large Enkeboll corbels and flexible moulding. This photo shows final sanding before going into Finishing.
Here's a fabulous tall cabinet with curved front designed for a man't bath. The shelves are curved as well.
These wall cabinets were photographed upside down for shipping.
Ah creativity, we love it.
When you take an ordinary 4-drawer base and apply a little creativity, it turns into the cabinet seen in these photos.
Custom cabinetry can be used to create some amazing things, but this floating bed has everyone talking and taking pictures. Designed so that when a five foot person stands five feet from the bed, the support beneath will be invisible.
Here’s something different—an all wood foldable bar. The customer is a restaurant owner who wants to be able to move the bar when he needs the space.
These photos show custom cabinetry built for a display for a home show.