Our approach to design is to build a cabinet that rises to the level of built furniture. A higher standard leads to a better outcome.
This double wardrobe unit was installed at “The Carson”, an upscale townhome community off Capitol Blvd.
This Pantry’s concealing a maze of plumbing and electrical devices . It is 96” x 104” and varies in depth. (Glass doors were added later.)
LED lighting in these Floating Shelves high lites Art work and provides indirect lighting to the Living Room.
This unit and the one below was recently built for a couple in the Creekside Subdivision, off Page Rd. In Durham.
This unit and the one above was recently built for a couple in the Creekside Subdivision, off Page Rd. In Durham.
These two 52″ units were created for our customers off of Ten-Ten rd. In Raleigh. Shaker Style Doors with matching end panels.
This unit was designed and built with some unique details that allowed the re-purposing. This unit has a smart television built in with components below.
A Holly Springs resident of a newly constructed home wanted built-ins for the areas on both sides of his fireplace.
We created these two units, each 72 inches wide, with glass doors on left unit, to allow for the use of infrared remote controls for electronic components.
Occasionally we have the opportunity to create pieces for clients requesting a a glazed finish. The unit featured above is one of several that we have finished for clients at the Carolina Preserve. The size of the television required bi-fold pocket doors.
Interpretations of a 19th century tea chest in white oak with walnut inlays and satin ebony legs.
We built four of these eight-foot units for the clubhouse at the Carolina Preserve in Cary. These units were built to create a lending library for the residents of the neighborhood.
This 12 1/2 foot unit is the fifth project we created for this family. It displays a 60 inch TV and features granite counter tops, LED lighting and double bi-fold pocket doors.
We provided display and storage cabinetry for Warlock’s Tattoo Parlor. The display fixtures and reception area were completed in separate phases.
This 16-foot bonus room unit was done for a guitar enthusiast. It was built from solid cherry plywood with a chocolate glaze and features LED lighting to showcase his collection.
These bookcases were actually a reconfiguration of some existing units that had issues. We removed the three corner units and built one on the 45° and replaced all the face frames. We also added an open corner end unit.
Halogen lighting compliments this library unit custom built for residents of Southern Village, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
We created a custom enclosure for a wine cooler, matching a High End Manufactured cabinet style and finish.
This client off Wade Avenue in Raleigh wanted to maximize their display and television area. Having over 30 years in the interior trim business makes the integration of wainscot a breeze.
This is another Cabinetry addition, we built the center units between the Oven and Refrigerator for a customer in North Raleigh where she once had a door to the garage.