We are often called upon to design built-ins for both our renovation and new construction projects. All of the cabinet companies we work with can craft built-in components in their shops for installation on site. Unfinished pieces can be integrated with other woodwork in the house and all painted together to blend as a whole. These built-ins can really add a classic feel to even a new home, that help create a very inviting sense of home.
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This window seat was created partly by bumping the new windows out into a new shallow boxed bay, and partly by building into the dining room.
A handy little separate pantry tucked behind the double ovens houses small appliances, a wine cooler and a lot of extra storage space.
This small window seat is tucked in between two pipe chases, the refrigerator and a cast iron radiator -- just typical challenges for an old house!
The reworked mudroom received built-ins by our own Vintage Custom Cabinetry.
A narrow built-in at the foot of the stairs stores wine and holds a secret -- it is a Murphy AKA Harry Potter door that opens!