Paint-grade shaker-style

Over the past few years, the number of paint-grade projects has risen dramatically, many using a white and gray palette. This recently-completed kitchen follows that pattern.

3-toned painted kitchen

Total House Remodel

For this project, the contractor stripped the water-front home to the bare studs, reframed the roof to create vaulted interior spaces where flat 8-foot ceilings previously existed and asked us to provide new select alder cabinetry.   And here is the finished product!

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Faceframe or Frameless?

There are two general ways to build kitchen cabinets; with a faceframe or frameless.    Most custom shops do one or the other because the equipment needs for each are a little different.   Our shop builds faceframe cabinets, but occasionally, we are asked for a sleek european look that suggests frameless.   To meet the desires of those customers, we build a modified faceframe cabinet where the stiles and rails are minimized giving the cabinet the look of a frameless cabinet.   Here is a recently completed example in clear finished maple of this type of cabinet:

Clean design

Rustic Cabin

Here is a recently completed vacation home that features a unique door style and moderately distressed woodwork.   The cabinetry is done in rustic alder with a bronze walnut stain and Van Dyke Brown glaze.

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Range Hood with Walnut Inlays

Here is an attractive kitchen, in stained cherry, with an interesting range hood.   The most obvious fact is that there is a backlit piece of stained glass that matches the island pendant lights.   Secondly, the hood has a walnut inlay that complements the customer’s dining room table design.

Stained cherry kitchen

Backlit stained glass hood

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