Cabinets have been my main stay of work for 40 years. I've created 100's of cabinets; kitchens, dressers, bookcases, entertainment areas, and even beds for Chatham and surrounding counties.
Now I do commissions, but not whole kitchens anymore.
The last kitchen I did was for my own house in 2018. My kitchen represents many styles. It has handmade knobs, solid fronts, panel doors, and plywood doors. There's a Quartzite countertop and a cherry butcher block peninsula. Then I added a small cherry table that mimics the curve transition between the curved tile floor and the white oak floors in the living room.
I've used handmade knobs since 1983. Naus Haus had distinctive knobs which morphed into "Crazy" Knobs. Knobs have always been a way for me to play with a design and add a creative spark to a cabinet.
Here you see two examples. Oriental knobs made for a desk area and kitchen pulls in my own kitchen of Curly Hard White Maple on Maple Cabinets.
My designs come from collaboration with my clients.
This design had to fit a curved outer wall. The Island cabinet mimicked this curve also. The doors were classic overlay panel doors with hidden finger pulls.
Many years, different styles, designs, lumber, knobs, and counter tops.
One designed with an Oriental theme for a woman who had lived in Thailand.
The other for a writer who loved trout fishing.
Vanities vary greatly. Bath areas can be large scale make overs that include cabinets with sinks, shelving, mirror designs, or just a single sink cabinet in a closet. Either way, you want something clean looking that serves it's purpose.
I love making tables that fit a space, the people, and their use.