An ultra-contemporary kitchen with unusual and unique materials. The cabinets – 8 feet tall on the outside wall and 9 feet tall on the inside wall - are made with African Quartersawn Fiddleback Macore veneer. Each section of the backsplash is one piece of laminated glass. The largest, behind the sink, is over ten feet long.
An expansive French Provincial kitchen with matched-arch doors, spectacularly detailed dentil moldings and a classic granite island with cherry cabinetry for a client who entertains a large family and lots of friends.
An elaborate, fully custom, cherry kitchen with elmwood burl door panels is designed with rich, Old World feel for an elegant, formal house.
A simple kitchen, with classic lines and an authentic colonial color scheme, designed for a new fieldstone house in Pennsylvania Dutch country but built to look as if it were built a over a hundred years ago.
An unusual triangular layout designed around the column at the pass-through by the sink. The fluted trim hides a support column for the second floor and a plumbing stack and 14 electrical lines.
Entertainment centers, corner cabinets, and … other interesting and odd things…