We were asked to make a specialty cabinet that would go through a wall, with a door to access the back of the cabinet.
It was created to house the computer and gaming apparatus, the cords were in the wall and the top of the cabinet was to hide the cords.
setting the base of thw cabinet
cutting hole for receptical in cabinet
cords will be hidden
Access front and back
One of our recent jobs was to make a custum sized door. This couple was remodling their basement and the door they needed was much shorter than standard doors.
We made the door out of plywood and solid poplar, then painted it white.
We just finished up a project a couple requested. They wanted a barn door hung for a bathroom entrance. We were able to make the door ourselves, solid wood frame and plywood panels.
We then painted it white, just enough for the grain to show through.
We then installed it. We took down the door stop and put new boards to cover the gaps it had made.
Since so many now are doing their office work at home, we had an order to make a custom sized stand up desk. This has wheels so it is transportable.
We just finished up a floor job of refinishing the living room, dining room, and office. The homeowner requested aged barrel stain for the floors. The left column of photos are the “before” and the right column are the “after”.
This stairway was blond and the homeowners wanted a darker color. We sanded the previous dish and stain off and put dark walnut stain on the woodwork. We used an oil base finish for the sealant.
They also wanted the wood accents in the living room done along with the mantle.
A customer asked for 4 floating shelves that are stained a rich walnut color. We said, “Yes sir, we can do that for you.”
Here Warren is cutting the boards at an angle.
The boards were put together, stained, and finished.
The shelves installed.
We were able to build and install a new balustrade for this customer. She had a valute newel post on an extended stair step. She wanted that step to be cut in line with the others steps.
With the cutting of the bottom step, we then installed new floor boards to blend in with the existing floor.
What unique project! We made oak valances for 13 windows. It fit the house so perfectly. We also made a fireplace facing and mantle that matched.