Walnut and Bird's-Eye Maple Cabinet Has the Angles
Posted by Michaelle Bradford | Posted: 09/16/2013 9:02AM
This walnut and birds eye maple drawer unit is modern in design with 15-degree angles adding a shape that could connect all of the pieces including the mirror frame and shelf.
The drawers were made of solid walnut with angled sides to match the cabinet sides finished with a clear coat. The drawer fronts are MDF with walnut veneer on the inside and edges the outside is birds eye maple veneer. The center of the top is birds eye maple veneer on MDF with a solid walnut and birds eye maple border raised on aluminum posts to give it a floating effect.
Fowler Custom Works Inc., located in Mississauga, ON, Canada, entered this project in the 21st Design Portfolio awards. Fowler is a family business specializing in interior and exterior home renovation and remodeling and also can create countertops from concrete, metal, solid surface or wood to a blend of materials.
21st Design Portfolio Now Open
• residential furniture, freestanding
• residential furniture, built-in
• architectural millwork
• kitchen/bath cabinets
• countertop/solid surface
• specialty products
Deadline: October 31, 2013
Winners will be featured in a special December digital edition of Custom Woodworking Business as well as in the January 2014 print issue and will be celebrated at the only national live industry design awards ceremony, to be held during the 2014 Cabinets & Closets Conference & Expo at the Garden State Convention Center in Somerset, NJ, April 9-11. Check the Cabinets & Closets Expo site for more show details on the event.
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