This piece is a textbook example of Shaker furniture with a bit of added flair in the form of some figured maple and a custom-made walnut drawer pull. Quiet, straight grain was selected for the legs to allow the front of the piece to hold all the attention. The drawer is made using dovetailed construction and features birdseye Maple for the drawer front.
Built to specification for the customer's drinks cooler, this cabinet also offers adjustable shelving for glassware and a pull-out drawer for spirits. Venting and a cable cutout in the rear keep the fridge and cabinet cool, while classic joinery methods ensure it remains strong enough to handle anything that gets stored inside.
Continuous grain drawer fronts, poplar back panel, pinned rabbets, dovetailed drawer boxes; no detail was left out on this dresser. Solid wood construction and joinery methods ensure it will last multiple lifetimes. A hardwax oil finish was applied to get the client's desired color and offer lasting protection from scratches and dings. This dresser truly represents what a quality piece of furniture can be.
Made using solid walnut for the doors and base and walnut-veneered plywood for the case. A curved apron along the base offers some contrast to the abundant right angles and tapers nicely into the angled legs. This credenza also includes built-in cable management solutions, including cutouts for running cord between sections and a grommet in the rear for outgoing cables.
Reinforced joinery and solid oak construction ensure longevity on this 'fine' take on a fairly ubiquitous aesthetic. The double rabbets are strengthened with countersunk screws and covered using red oak dowel, turning an eyesore into an accent on the table's sides. The oak was stained with a blonde shade to complement the customer's existing decor.
Taking hints from Arts & Crafts styles, this piece includes visible joinery in the form of wedged through mortise & tenon joints. Continuous patterns also play a major role, exemplified by waterfall miter joints and the texture that flows seamlessly across the walnut cabinet doors. The cabinet invites interaction with push-to-open doors and a curved front edge on the top.
Boasting plentiful storage for glassware, spirits, and wine, this frame and panel cabinet was built for purpose but looks good doing it. Made of both solid maple and maple-veneered plywood, the piece was dyed with a dark walnut shade. The wine rack was left in natural maple, granting some visual relief from the darker tones while creating a nice accent.