At over 20 feet, this beauty transcends two stories of a NYC townhouse and doubles as guardrail. Made from reclaimed pine, hand hewn, then stained and finished, this is truly one of a kind. Supported by a structural steel frame it is designed so the height of the shelves and boxes can be adjusted.
Built perfectly into the timber frame and using antique, reclaimed long leaf southern yellow pine, this entertainment center looks like part of the barn. The upper doors slide on barn door hardware with ease and hide the TV when not in use. The inset doors and drawers offer storage as well as hidden space for electronics.
Built in a classic 1860's Colonial farmhouse our hometown of Chester CT this bookcase just fits. With a small but important break-front and inset doors with American made Von Morris, butt hinges this bookcase should have been built into this house in 1860.
This a great example of well used space. All quarter sawn white oak with a cheruse finish. It includes a kitchenette, a built in Murphy bed, closet, shelving, and even two built-in day beds (not shown). It's a small space with room to spare.
We started with dry stacked sandstone on the wall. From there we tore old chestnut wood off an old New England barn, cleaned it up, and made this platform bed, shelving and headboard. Best part? The light switch is virtually invisible.
Although we are trying to get away from kitchens these day, we are very proud of this one. We turned a non-functional space into a place for people to gather. Wood walls, classic maple cabinets, and even a place for friends to sit while the chef is at work.