A just completed bed headboard in the workshop made of “character” walnut.
If you’re in the market for somewhere to put your TV or media equipment, we’ve got some great deals for you! We’re selling showroom floor models at one-time-only discounted prices. All pieces are in excellent condition and reduced by 50% – 75%. See below for photos and details. Contact us at 510-531-7017 or email@example.com
Backdrop TV Console – Narrow
Wall mounted TV panel
Stained white oak, 47.5”h x 42”w x 16”d
Panel mounts to wall or can rest on floor on removable base
TV can be attached to panel with bracket or sit on stand
Shown with 32” TV attached to panel, fits up to 42” TV
One drawer, two shelves for components, hidden wire channels
Backdrop TV Console – Wide
Wall mounted TV panel
Off-white lacquered oak with walnut pulls, 47.5”h x 85.75”w x 18”d
Panel mounts to wall, TV can be attached to panel with bracket or sit on stand
Shown with 32” TV (on stand), fits up to 60” TV
Two drawers, four shelves for components, hidden wire channels
Close-up of a credenza we designed a few years ago made of Ash with Ebony wood door pulls.
White Oak and dark Bocote wood add tonal range, and emphasis, to this Walnut bookcase with drawers we recently designed.
. . . and It’s Fun To Build Things
Question: How do you squeeze a media cabinet that fits a big 60” TV, AV components, and a speaker into a tight corner?
I’m thrilled that the street library I built for my niece out of salvaged materials is featured on the popular design blog Design Sponge! You can read the story here, including my tips for building your own street library out of salvaged materials.
Just installed these bookcases we designed for our client’s library of collectible rarities.
Check out this corner reading nook/lounge area we designed for the living room of a San Francisco home. It has shelves for display; storage cabinetry with doors, drawers, and nooks for media equipment; and seating that doubles as a guest bed. Vibrant red/orange fabric and elongated door pulls made of ziricote wood add some pop to the walnut cabinetry. The walls and behind the shelves are wallpapered with metallic backed grasscloth that glows like a lantern when illuminated with LED’s.
Our client just sent this photo of the upholstered bamboo headboard panel we designed for their ski lodge in Japan!
I previously posted this beauty when she was in the workshop. Here she is in her new home.
Check out this custom wall-mounted dining room buffet we designed and built for a home on San Francisco’s Russian Hill, with interior design by Faiella Design. The walnut cabinets have built-in wine racks, drawers for silverware, and storage for glasses and dinnerware. The silver travertine countertop serves as a display, serving and bar surface – and looks especially stunning when illuminated with LED lights.