Here are kitchen and living room cabinets
in the style of Greene and Greene
It is quarter sawn Eastern White Oak



Here are the BEFORE pictures of an ugly white stained set of cabinets

Here are the AFTER pictures of the kitchen transformed

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Here is a photo journal of the step by step process in the creation of a very distinct set of kitchen cabinets made of quartersawn White Oak ............ much more to come !!


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The Case work is fitted before finishing
Pre-fitting the corners for installation
The cabinets are laid out for the final pre-fitting before finishing
The drawers are assembled and prepped for finish


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All of our cabinet casework's are sprayed Inside and out with several coats of pre-catalyzed lacquer
Spraying and upper cabinet before assembling the back onto the cabinet
Here are the backs are sprayed
The first coat is sprayed and then sanded smooth and several more coats are applied after smoothing


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An upper cabinet finish spayed and ready for its' back
Laying Out the custom cloud lift doors
Marking the "cloud lift"



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Forming the "cloud lift"
dry fitted and rounding over the inside detail
The corners are chiseled and sanded
Here are some of the door parts with the completed cloud lift detail; ..... ready for the next step


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Slotting for the Rosewood slot tennon

All the pieces are then machined for the quarter sawn White Oak panels
All of the door frame parts ready for assembly
dry fitting and measuring for the panels


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Cutting out the White Oak Panels for the cloud lift detail
pre-finish the panel with sanding sealer allows better assembly
The White Oak door is glued up
The doors will cure for 72hrs before unclamping


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Laying out the vertical drawer fronts
All pieces are biscuit joined
The plank drawer fronts before they are cut out
Hand sanding each door

The finished doors ready for spray

A pair of doors after the first coat

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