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Home Office

comments (4) March 28th, 2011 in Project Gallery
NHSchreiner NHSchreiner, member

Side shot of window seat/file cabinet with wrap around crown.
Full view of dual bookcases
View of window seat/file cabinet area.
Final picture of bookcase in use
Click To Enlarge Photo: Alfred Spitzer, Jr

This was a home office project using solid cherry baseboards, chair rails, crown moulding and custom made cabinets. Owner supplied 'Plantation Shutters' (white aspen) were stained and finished to match the finish of our cabinets and trim. All trim material was coped on the inside corners. All fastner holes were wax filled with colored wax to match surrounding areas. Counter tops were leather finished black granite ( by others).


Design or Plan used: My own design - Alfred Spitzer, Jr
posted in: Project Gallery, remodeling, architecture, finish carpentry, cabinets, built-ins, home office, colonial, study

Comments (4)

Paul13 Paul13 writes: Wow!great job.
Posted: 6:00 pm on July 1st

alan sullivan alan sullivan writes: Beautiful work, inset doors and the window seat/storage are inspirational.
Posted: 11:35 am on January 25th

NHSchreiner NHSchreiner writes: Yes I was the cabinet maker and the designer. Thank you for you comments.
Posted: 6:25 am on April 4th

TheTimberTailor TheTimberTailor writes: NHA Accents,
Are you the cabinet maker as well as the designer? Looks like a first-class installation. Kudos to all the craftsmen involved!

Posted: 4:56 pm on March 28th

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