Custom Woodwork Adirondack Chairs Existing Chair – These old chairs were not savable. Before Photo – I was able to use all the rotten parts to create templates to then make new chair parts. After Photo – Completely reproduced set of chairs. Custom Built Oak Sliding Barn Door Foyer side of the door. Foyer side with door open Backside view of the “Z” door. This door was around 8 feet wide and 8 feet tall. Hallway to Pantry Transformation Before Photo – Hallway was closed off the create a large pantry. Secret compartment next to wine fridge. Panel is held by velcrow and it is open. Secret compartment is closed and held with concealed velcro In Process – Setting the framework for the shelves. After Photo – Curved wine rack with matching mahogany adjustible shelves. After Photo – Detail of molding transitions. Antique Piano Repurposing Before Photo – This Piano was built in the late 1800’s. In Process 1 – Once in my shop, all parts were carefully removed. The cast iron attached to the sound board weighs over 200 pounds. In Process 2 – Inside works are removed and a bookcase will now start to take shape. In Process 3 In Process 4 – Shelves and a faceframe have been added. In Process 5 – Original sides and finish are masked off for finishing. In Process 6 – All tinted to the same shade After Photo 1 – 2 coats of clear satin lacquer. After Photo 2 Custom Built Shortwave Radio Hutch Before Photo – An oak table was provided. We custom built a oak hutch to sit on a new oak top. Before Photo – Vintage era oak chair. After Photo 1 – Table and hutch have a matching finish. After Photo – Hutch was custom built to accomidate a fully restored (circa 1947) Hallicrafters SX-42 radio and R-42 Bass Reflex speaker. After Photo – Close up of the radio.