Breakfast Room Bench
This breakfast room bench located in the far West End was built to provide extra storage for a growing family. The built-ins are designed to match the neighboring kitchen cabinets and features ample storage for shoes and jackets. The middle bench has four lids that lift up to provide access to shoe storage. The bench also has faux drawer fronts to tie into the towers and kitchen. The towers that flank the bench feature large doors with concealed, soft-close hinges. On top there’s room for a basket for additional storage. Inside the towers there are hooks for coats and shelves. This breakfast bench was a great addition and uses what would otherwise be wasted space.
Basement Wet Bar
This basement wet bar located in the far West End provides a beautiful and functional addition to this fun rec room. The cabinets have clean, shaker style doors and the floating shelves feature LED lights.
These built-ins located in the far West End provide ample storage in otherwise wasted space. The cabinet backs show off a trendy shiplap while the shaker doors provide a timeless look. The light library lights illuminate the shelves contents and provide a pleasant backdrop for family gatherings. The cabinets abut the the stacked stone fireplace and are expertly scribed into place.
This library shelving located in the East End provides over 70 linear feet of book storage. Measuring almost 12' wide and 10' tall, this project makes a big difference for the room. The ladder is solid maple and rides on a matte black rail. The 8' tall ladder rolls on self locking wheels for added safety.
Modern Office Space
This commercial office space located in the Downtown Richmond was expertly designed by local architects for use as their company offices. The design fuses modern furnishings and historic architecture to create a one of a kind space. The exposed plywood edges and strong metal legs work in harmony to create a minimalist look while being structurally sound. Five massive work stations each measuring 12' long provide lots of work space for reviewing plans and drawing. The sliding barn doors ride on an 18' long track and effortlessly provide privacy to meetings in the adjacent conference room.
This deck located in the far West End was built as a replacement to its heavily worn predecessor. This deck which is roughly 165 sqft is free standing. That means the structure is not attached to the house. This eliminates punctures to the envelope of the house and greatly reduces the chance for rot. This deck is built exceeding code requirements and will last for many years to come.