Cherry with a stain was used in this one.


                   This one is done in quarter sawn white oak.

Notice how all the parts are bookmatched. This is typical of how I build a custom cabinet

The linen cabinet is small but adequate fir this bathroom with limited space.

         Compact but elegant, everything fits well in a small space.

This series is in red oak. This entire cabinet was handmade in my shop including the doors and drawers. Most shops could not do this cabinet.

This is "his" bath. Not quite as detailed as hers, but beautiful just the same.

The makeup station with provision for a stool. There is a towel warmer in the tall cabinet on the right.

                        A TV goes in the center of the right upper

Uppers all have the same detail as the base units. Crown molding is 2 part.

All the cabinetry in this bathroom has loads of detail. Custom feet were made to fit under the toe kick to make each unit look like furniture. A notched and fluted corner post was created for each exposed cabinet inside and outside corner in the bathroom. All exposed ends were fitted with custom door panels. All doors and drawers were soft close inset.

                              This is her bath at the entrance.

This and the next several photos are of bath units that I designed and built for a very large condo in Coeur D A'lene, Idaho at "The Terraces".

The top is quartz and there are lights installed just under the countertop. The result is that the countertop glows at night when the room lights are out. There are also lights under the toe area.

This bathroom was done in walnut with a clear coat. It is a very elegant piece that has a matching linen cabinet (next photo).

The matching linen cabinet also has Queen Anne legs and posts with fluting on the upper unit. This one is in Nine Mile Falls.