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Quality custom cabinets since 1973.


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A large basement space has been changed into a small “pub” with serving bar, pool table and a separate sitting area.  The wood is alder dyed a medium walnut color.  

Matching wainscot and soffit paneling continue from the bar into the pool table area.  A drink rail with cue stick retainers tops the wainscot paneling.  (Pool table by Olhausen Co.)



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A folding wall bed (single) with adjacent storage cabinets.  Lifting the two outside handles releases the mechanism which lets the bed swing down. The wood "plaques" on which the handles are attached become the legs of the bed in the down position. 

The middle handle is fixed in place and is used when lowering the bed.  One of the air-assisted cylinders that handle the weight of the bed is partially visible to the left of the pillow in the photograph. 



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The storage space under a stairway is hidden with this hinged wine rack.  Loaded, the rack weighs approx. 250 pounds and is supported by three ball-bearing hinges.  The case swings as easily and quietly as a standard house door.



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Vanity cabinet finished to match bedroom furniture--lightly distressed with glaze, on beech wood



Below: Two close-ups of vanity’s distressed finish.



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This compact cherry wood cabinet was designed for use in a small room with adequate storage space for equipment storage.  The center section, housing the electronic equipment and computer, has forced ventilation for equipment cooling with filtered intake-air entering the cabinet from beneath.  Bi-fold doors over sliding shelves and a lift & retract door store the loudspeakers out of sight when not in use.  The electronic equipment and computer are on roll-out shelves to ease the chore of hooking up interconnecting cables.



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Mahogany coffee table with drawer



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Beech night stand—one of a pair and sized for limited floor space in bedroom.


  
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Dining room hutch of alder with medium-dark walnut finish.

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Media cabinet of alder with dark walnut finish is installed flush with wall.  Drawers for CDs/DVDs and pull-out shelves for electronic equipment are behind the pair of doors.  The 42" TV is on a heavy-duty swiveling pull-out tray to allow viewing the TV from the kitchen area located at end of this room.  
Since the flat screen TV only occupies part of the cabinet depth, additional adjustable shelving is located behind it for extra storage space

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