This tall cabinet hutch was made to be painted and used in a Victorian house.
Doors are redwood and black walnut. Bent wood moldings on door and casing. Heavy rope detail.
Stairs and railings of white oak, supported by poplar stringers and bannisters, are being fitted into a mockup of the stairwell they will ultimately inhabit. Made in collaboration with Gary Politzer.
Stereo cabinet of cherry and curly maple conceals a space heater behind door at right.
Vessels sit atop Terramai and Cherry
Terramai top is made of recycled Burmese teak railroad ties. Cherry legs feature turned ball and taper. Floating shelf seamlessly enters the legs. Teak beam on wall houses fixtures. Drawer stack has bun feet. Vessels are plumbed through counter.
Natural edge creates an organic appeal.
Light colored cambium layer contrasts with deep red heartwood in this bath vanity. Floating oak shelf below.
Glass doors and shelving optimize viewing.
Sculpture display cabinet of solid rosewood has frameless glass doors and floating glass shelves. Light rope illuminates contents and full extension drawers store recording media.
Handrail winds its way to the upper floor.
Rolling windows let the outdoors in.
Steam bent mantel with curvilinear motif.