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kitchens-islands and cabinets

Living and working in such an unusual environment as our island home gives us the opportunity to create unique and artistic pieces. Designers and architects know us for our signature style and we are often called upon to fill the need for that special piece in a construction project. This can be a cupboard which appears to be centuries old but conceals a home entertainment system, a special chair or bench, or custom elements in a home's millwork, or the re-creation of most anything in wood.

Our close ties and years of working with other island artisans, who specialize in wrought iron, art glass, ceramic tile, and other materials, affords us a unique position to create the unusual.

bathroom vanity with bow front in reclaimed pine
porch rocker from driftwood
pews from ancient redwood water tank
newel post in a grand staircase
entertainment center in antique washed fir
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Left and right: bathroom vanity with bow front in reclaimed pine, porch rocker created entirely from beach combed driftwood, pews for a new island church crafted from an ancient redwood water tank, lighthouse atop newel post in a grand staircase, bedroom entertainment center in antique washed fir

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