How does a custom cabinetry piece come to life? As with most things, it starts with an idea, a vacant space, a need, a picture. Sylvia knew she needed something on either side of the fireplace to complete the room. But, she had a window above each area so the traditional bookcases to the ceiling wouldn’t work. They also needed somewhere for their TV components to hide.
Sylvia saw this piece of furniture and loved the detail on it, especially the fluted casing that would match the fireplace surround. She also liked the bottom/leg detail that gives this piece a unique look rather than the typical straight bottom.
So, after working with Sylvia to iron out all of the details Steve began the project in his cabinet shop.
And, here’s the finished project in Sylvia’s house. Exactly as she imagined and looking awesome.
What a transformation to the room!
Notice the matching details to the fireplace surround – fluted casing, pedestal base.
No more wires for the TV components. They’re there, just hidden inside the cabinetry.