I built this glass bear cage at Stark Street Pizza a few years ago.
I "demo'd" the old walls, built the new walls with pocket doors, and built these cabinets with wooden counter tops.
I glued-up the countertops from 6/4 fir.
These cabinets hold a Murphy bed in this small room
The room is too small for a complete photo.
Another Murphy Bed with cabinets.
This basement entry way was closed in by a drywalled stemwall. I opened the wall, built the entry door and louvered door and trimmed it to match the existing.
I built this laundry closet in the garage and hung the louvered door.
11 This customer had an architect do a rendering of their project.
12 I "demo'ed" an existing TV cabinet and built the screens in my shop. The screen on the left is in front of a view window and the screen on the right is backed with a mirror.
28 Window Seat - This was designed with the customer. The seat boards and end tops are glue-ups to get the necessary width.
29 The seat needed to cover a cold air return vent. Instead of a rectangular register, I routed this design in the base.
30 I matched the angles of the existing stem wall. - I built the doors and had the glass cut for the shelves and doors.
I built the trash cabinet and shelves to match the existing cabinets
I built the interior fixtures, shelves, banquet, and shelves for The Songbird Cafe at 69th and Belmont
I glued up the bar shelves from 2" thick white oak. They are 14" wide and 14 ft long
I built this "Library Ladder" to reach the bar shelves
This slat wall has acoustic panels behind the slats.
It really works.
I built the bar and the slat wall