This is a hand rail volute in mahogany. The rail sits atop painted square-top spindles. The classic scroll design adds a grounding element to this airy, sun-filled foyer.
This is cabinetry work done for a home in New Castle, New Hampshire. The modern design maximizes space and incorporates traditional beadboard.
This is an in-production stairway. The large volutes have an organic and almost ethereal appearance prior to their placement.
These bookcases support columns that are echoed in their large floor-to-ceiling companions. This corner element defines living space at a residence in New Castle, New Hampshire.
These are some square-top stair spindles, painted fresh white to contrast with the dark and ornately carved newel post.
This is an alternating-tread style staircase in the pool room of a multi-million dollar home in Stratham, NH. They are in mahogany and wrought iron with serpent and apple motifs throughout.
These are exterior porch rails with turn-out volutes. This is a grand porch graced by columns and leading directly onto a stone drive.
This shows the finished installation of a newel post and turnings done in a handsome red oak. This staircase is turned and has one landing.
This is a stairway and its ornate companion apron over the doorway in Brooklyn, New York. 10-12 matching replacement spindles were made toorder.
This is a handrail volute modeled on the example in Photo 1, with details up to the first landing and around the newel post.
This is a stairway in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The turnings on the right are copies made to match the other side after an abutting wall was taken down.
This long cabinet/built-in chest was constructed for a New Castle home. The sleek wall-length cabinet was built to fit beneath the sloping ceiling.
This is an awe-inspiring custom circular window gracing a stucco house in Cape Neddick, Maine. The window is pictured in its several phases before, during and after installation.
This curved corner seat with storage cabinet below found inspiration from the desire for a handy and stowable wine glass tray. This seat is bein enjoyed in the New Castle home from Photo 12.