One cabinetmaker who has built a reputation on putting detail-work, the like of which many other artisans do not have the time to do, into his cabinets has been able to do so because he has developed a simple formula for creating the basic structure quickly and efficiently. With a strong and well-made cabinet at the ready quickly, he has time to add in an array of intricate and interesting finishing touches that give his work its uniqueness. One of his more special pieces included thread rod to allow the glazed door cabinetry to hang from a ceiling beam. Because it was also positioned near an oven hood the dimensions needed to be carefully considered to ensure the cabinet doors would swing as they should.
- Focusing on details while building cabinets results in some unique pieces.
- For example, this hanging cabinet was finished in a way to make it seem more like furniture.
- This other cabinet was customized to hold cookbooks and more.
“This allows me to put more time into special details than many commercial cabinetmakers consider justifiable.”