This set of trophy cases was built for a local high school. The cases are 21 feet across and 9 feet high and were built in three sections. Each section sits on a 4 inch base which allowed the units to be raised upright and fit close to the ceiling.
The following year I built an identical set for the second floor. There is a handicap lift next to the stairs that was used to raise the cabinets to the second floor.
The display cases were built for the Mother Cabrini exhibit at a local high school. The two photos show the five cases that were built. The two in the corner display her habit and the other cases display memorabilia and historical documents.
The table top was made from old cypress lumber that came from a torn down barn that was owned by the client's father. The base was built from sinker cypress since there wasn't enough lumber for the entire table. Another photo shows some of the boards used.
The book cases were fabricated in the shop and installed on site. The backs are open to expose the wall. There is a bench seat under the window. Unfortunately, I couldn't get an angle to get a good picture.
The credenza is the only project I have worked on that has been totally specified by the client. It is built from stained white oak with satin lacquer finish.
The conference was the first project after moving into the new workshop. The table is built from white oak in three sections. The middle supports are located along the center of the table to eliminate seating obstructions.
Walnut Bath Vanity
The vanity was built while I was still working out of my garage. There were elements in the design that I hadn't done before. It was a real learning experience.
The TV cabinet was a hurricane Katrina reconstruction project. The design was taken from photographs of the destroyed cabinet.
The end tables were built to compliment the TV cabinets. The end tables and the TV cabinets were done with a clear satin finish.