Monday, September 7, 2009

Known for Great Cabinets #2

During our September Market weekend, Alan brought in two more wonderful cabinets. Restocking wonderful pieces never stops here~
Photos #1-2-3: newly built from mostly-reclaimed lumber and windows, this 36" high console size and style is popular here. Note the woodworking details and added trims. The granite top is one-of-a-kind, with a beveled, smooth, non-polished edge.
Photos #4-5-6: a 1930 kitchen base cabinet, rebuilt with beadboard sides/back; beadboard was also added to the door panels. The latches and handles are the original cabinet hardware. The finish is a glazed white, leaning toward soft grays, and the original pine finish shows through in a warm honey color (the photos may make it look like it has a metallic finish - it doesn't). This granite top is also one-of-a-kind and gorgeous; with beveled/smooth/non-polished edges.
If you're interested in close-up photos of the details; dimensions and/or prices, just let me know. We offer delivery for a fee, and also have a shipping option for your convenience.

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