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Various other projects

The finished door, installed.

The finished door, installed.

This screen door was created to match the elliptical arch present in the clients existing front door. The client had had enough with the aluminum door that had arrived somewhere over the years. We used reclaimed Alaskan yellow cedar. This door is four feet wide and about eight feet tall and it is a beauty if I don't say so myself!

This screen door was created to match the elliptical arch present in the clients existing front door. The client had had enough with the aluminum door that had arrived somewhere over the years. We used reclaimed Alaskan yellow cedar. This door is four feet wide and about eight feet tall and it is a beauty if I don't say so myself!

curved screen-bead

This desk was constructed from reclaimed old-growth pine that was originally used as an attic partition in the same space.

The client found these glass doors at a local architectural salvage shop. It was quite easy to make these lovely cabinets out of them. This kitchen is in West Philly.

The client found these glass doors at a local architectural salvage shop. It was quite easy to make these lovely cabinets out of them. This kitchen is in West Philly.

This cherry bureau was part of a custom closet that included cherry partitions for the closet poles.

This cherry bureau was part of a custom closet that included cherry partitions for the closet poles.
This fourth floor attic-space was converted into a lounge and office space. The "half-coffin" door seen in the back allows for storage space under the roof eave. Books nestle in a built-in below the window

This fourth floor attic-space was converted into a lounge and office space. The "half-coffin" door seen in the back allows for storage space under the roof eave. Books nestle in a built-in below the window

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