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Woodworking Portfolio

A sampling of woodworking projects: This page is a repository for woodworking projects that fall under the category of fine wood working or cabinetry. I hope to be adding to it in the not so distant future!

Master Bath Vanity Update

It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything here. We’ve been very busy on various projects but have completed nothing… until now. We are both happy to be done with the first phase of our master bath update – redoing the vanity.

The two guys we bought the house from who had bought it as a total wreck and started to refurb it didn’t quite get finished with the master bath. They had done a lot of good work but we came along and bought the house before they had a chance to finish everything. They had put a new vanity and lighting into the bath but it was not what we wanted so we decided to completely redo it.

Click below for a blow by blow of what we did!

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Kitchen and Great Room Demolition Complete!

Here are four photos showing the current state of affairs in the great room and kitchen at Maison Barbara. We are now ready to start putting it all back together starting with raising the ceiling joists.

Almost Done!

The vanity in the guest bath is now semi completed – that means it’s functional! We still need to replace the top with the limestone we bought but we’ll get that manufactured when we do the kitchen counter tops.

Guest Bath Remodel Update

The guest bath remodel phase one is almost complete…

This is the new vanity in the guest bath. The mirror needs to be hung, the plumbing hooked up, the drawers modified to fit around the plumbing, baseboard installed and ultimately the counter-top will be a beautiful piece of limestone.

Phase two will be the installation of a free standing tub and putting a more attractive tile on the floor.

New kitchen cabinet for Berkshire house

The Berkshire house’s kitchen had a desk base cabinet that wasn’t really useful to us so we decided to replace it with a standard height cabinet without a knee-hole. (Losing the knee hole got us a lot more storage space!) The trick was to make it look like it belonged but to also give it a little extra visual punch.

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