This White Maple Armoire was designed for a client in Hoboken, NJ and features a sleek, hardware-free look. The doors open with a push, the drawers have sculpted handhold cutouts.
In this second drawing, a similar handhold is shown in the left door, but after the piece came together we were able to share a video of the doors in action. The decision was made to skip the asymmetrical door handhold, since it wasn’t needed. The chrome hanging bar is now in place in the upper section.
This drawing of a custom armoire is for a client in Hoboken, NJ who wanted something in the Hollywood Regency style to house items for her baby, expected later this spring.
The feet, apron, doors, and drawers are subtly curved. The bottom drawers provide storage for the parents, too. The Knob back plates may be this brass deco piece against a gloss white lacquer.
This walnut bookcase will live down the hall from the Manhattan Mudroom built-in.
This piece of furniture is an arched door armoire built from White Oak, Olive Ash, and Hickory lumber.
The spalted wood and the swirling grain gives the piece plenty of bold and unique character.
White oak custom pulls blend in with the inset doors on exposed hinges.
Equally at home housing a TV and stereo components, clothes, linens… or whatever you need to store in style.
Here is a grouping of original furniture in a bedroom setting. The large armoire, bookshelf, dresser, and poster bed are all built out of walnut.
The natural cherry bedside changing table does triple duty as nightstand and dresser. The tall painted hutch has hidden storage and display spaces. It would work well in a more public spot in a home, such as a dining room or family room. Grey is a versatile neutral color that complements most decor.