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Inspired by some incredible curly maple we were fortunate to acquire, we set it off with a skeleton of mahogany. A fully exposed set of drawers is the highlight of the base. During the design and building of this gun cabinet for a client's daughter she asked if we could incorporate more than guns in the piece. Thus was born our first gun cabinet / bookcase / lingerie chest. The gun carousel is based on a musket barrel by a famous local gunsmith, Ed Rayl of Gassaway, WV. Artisan house kitchen in Mahogany. Our finest kitchen to date. Made from two log sets of mahogany, this is a one of a kind set of kitchen furniture. The Island in Artisan house was made to curve in a welcoming gesture. The large legs taper to set the theme for the rest of the kitchen. The range hood features bookmatched crotch mahogany giving the allusion of smoke. The two hammered copper farmsinks highlight the work area and are placed in furniture pieces accenting each face of cabinetry. The final wall is the oven cabinet, built in refrigerator and a display cabinet. Continued use of bookmatched sets finishes out our Artisan Kitchen. This bubinga and wenge entertainment cabinet features a piece of furniture to hold the equipment while the new flat screen allows for a very shallow cabinet above the fireplace. This beeswing mahogany armoire was inspired by the amazing board we found to make the panels of this foyer armoire which highlights the entrance to this home. This bubinga and wenge gun cabinet used every bit of the beautiful bubinga slabs we cut if from. The light colored sapwood is usually waste, but we thought it should be featured and set off against the dark wenge. Guns slide out in presentation. This mahogany entertainment center features media storage drawers beneath the equipment area which leads to a whole house audio center. The t.v. is actually in a slide up panel pocket above the adjacent fireplace. A quartersawn white oak kitchen featuring our proud signature dovetail drawers.