A lucky homeowner in West Palm Beach is getting two of these impressive 103"H tall cabinets. The door is a custom design with 1/4" Beaded Inset styling and 3/4” Slab drawers. Finish is custom.

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Presented here is a vanity with a creative treatment for its doors that makes it distinctive. Fishtail mullions on a panel backer instead of glass and special paint match combine to make this vanity a stand out.

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We saw a quote recently: “Design is in the details, and details are in the design.” Totally appropriate for this vanity.

Flat panel doors and drawers , white paint—sounds fairly standard, right? And yet—the details make it a stand out.

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This interesting island table measures overall 51-3/4” long x 34-1/2” high x 24-1/2” deep. It gets a 1-1/4” thick countertop installed on site. (We’re dying of curiosity to know what kind of countertop it’s getting—wood? stone?

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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.

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This amazing hood is noteworthy for both its size and its ornamentation. We've never showcased a hood with appliqués like this one has.

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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. 

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A massive island going through the shop features large Enkeboll corbels and flexible moulding. This photo shows final sanding before going into Finishing.

 

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Here's a powder room vanity that epitomizes the word "custom". The concave curved doors and specially made curved feet are one of a kind. It’s destined for installation in a new home project and will be finished on site.

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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.

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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.

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Can you say "oo-la-la"?

The homeowner was so excited to have her completed and upholstered banquette installed that she had to set the table while the kitchen remodel proceeded around her. 

 

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