A Coffee Shop
A coffee shop specializing in espresso and cappuccino, needed a coffee service station where people who bought American coffee could add milk and sugar. The Sicilian woman, who owned the shop, asked for something that looked more European and would fit the shop’s décor. This dark oak piece with angle corners and a granite top is the result. The hammered copper panels are chemically colored to a rose patina and framed with ¼” half round beads in the dark oak door frames. At the right side of the cabinet, the top “drawer front” is a flap for waste and the bottom door houses a trash can. Exactly what appears in many fast food places – just more elegant.
A Hidden Medicine Cabinet
A client with a beautifully decorated powder room wanted to conceal the medicine cabinet. No ordinary cabinet door … and certainly no unsightly mirror … would be allowed. Only a framed piece of art would do. And it did. A specially made secondary frame mounted to a built-in medicine cabinet with touch latches is completely concealed by the framed print. Touch the picture frame on the right edge … and a medicine cabinet appears.