Shoe Cabinet in American Black Walnut
Made from a combination of solid and engineered walnut. This contemporary styled unit has been divided in 3 sections with numerous shelving in each. Finished in Danish Oil.
Pair of ash built-in display cabinets and finished with rustic oil. Ash is largely lighter in colour than oak and the rustic oil helps to mellow the units over time.
One side of a pair of ash built-in display cabinets and finished with rustic oil. The right-hand unit is not pictured but it is symmetrical to the one shown.
One of a pair of cabinets made from American Black Cherry. The Writing flap at waist height only appears on one of the pieces. Cherry darkens significantly over time and produces a rich hue.
Made entirely from American black cherry, the faces of these twin pieces were angled to provide greater storage capacity and a well-balanced design. The Mirror and fire surround are also in cherry and part of the same commission.
Concave Ash Corner Unit
An ash corner unit with a concave face. This required steaming and laminating the wood to form the curved surfaces.
Pine Dresser Unit
This traditional dresser unit was commissioned for a farmhouse and Antiqued' to match other components in the kitchen.
Here are examples of both fitted and freestanding handmade cabinets. These are chiefly pieces involving glazing. This selection shows a variety of styles and woods.
The fitted cabinets have been designed to be housed precisely into the space available. Where lower cupboards are involved these usually protrude at the base and much consideration is given to the height ratios to obtain the optimum balance before the hand-crafted construction process commences.