Bucks County Country Kitchen


January 23rd, 2008

Kitchen 32

This is a kitchen in primitive fashion.The cabinetry is knotty pine and painted over stain to achieve a simple yet mildly distressed finish.The drawer fronts are slab fonts that of flat pine boards.The doors and fitted end panels on the cabinets are in frame-and-panel fashion .All of the drawers and doors seen here are refferred to as beaded inset.Meaning the doors are “inset” or flush with the face frame.The panels themselves are tounge and grooved boards in v groove style.A similar look can be to use a beaded tounge and groove panel.The wall cabinet doors are glass and have adjustable shelves.The range is a gas fueled Viking , the sink  is a farmhouse style sink fabricated in porcelain.The corner has a lazy susan with a soft close-feature.The counter surfaces are polished slate.On top of the island visible on the right hand side of this photo is a primitive compression fit (no drawer glides) apothecary used for spice storage.Some of the larger drawers are used as pan storage and roll out trays for table linens.Other drawers received removable velvet lined silverware caddies.In this photo by the lazy susan is a fully integrated dish washer and closer to this end is the fully integrated trash compactor.Another feature used to achieve the fitted furniture feel was the use of a furniture or”bracket-base” in place of just a standard “toe-kick”.

Jericho Mountain home theater


January 22nd, 2008

Entertainment Center 6

Shown here is a white painted entertainment center.As shown with a crown molding wood counters painted to match.The upper or “book shelves” are adjustable shelves.The doors are beaded inset and tailored to fit raised panel in true frame and panel fashion.This television received a fitted accessory frame to accommodate changing television sizes in the future.The aforementioned crown molding was  wrapped around face pilasters to  give some architectural interest on the deepest cabinetry and that being the center cabinets.

Fire place surround


January 21st, 2008

Home Theatre 4

This entertainment center is the focal point of this charming space.The cabinetry was constructed of Pennsylvania black cherry hardwood and received two different color stains to achieve contrast and to delineate some of the architectural embellishments added here.The right and left flanking cabinetry received “thumbnail -top” raised panel doors in frame and panel fashion. The crown molding seen here stained dark was wrapped around the sunken panel pilaster posts seen on either side of the fire place adding a structural or supportive appearance to these posts perched under and over the fire place mantle shelf.

Cherry Wet Bar


January 20th, 2008

Home Theatre 8

Pictured here is a Pennsylvania black cherry bar.This bar received granite counter tops and a dark stain .Supporting the tops are some hand made corbels or brackets.The front of this bar is raised panel and lacquered.The back bar is done in the same fashion.The bar has a sink and a Fisher-Paykel dish washer.The elliptical opening over the back bar is painted and is supported by fluted pilasters were fluted to resemble an early 18th century detail the client loved. The pilaster bases are sunken panel in frame-and-panel style. The teeth of the dental as seen here in white painted fashion are all individually crafted here in house by our artisans and individually set by hand in place in the field during the installation of this gem.Attention to detail has captured the charm of earlier times here.

Buffet Cabinet


January 19th, 2008

Buffet Cabinet

Double Vanity


January 18th, 2008

Double Vanity

Hutch


January 17th, 2008

Hutch

Corner Hutch Cabinet


January 16th, 2008

Corner Hutch Cabinet