Woodworking takes many forms. It seems that when it’s more or less permanently affixed to the structure, it’s called ‘carpentry’. Well, I do that too. Door frames, railings, architectural elements – all part of the portfolio.



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A 1913 vintage house had its kitchen renovated in the early 1990’s with a haphazard array of IKEA cabinets and cobbled-together counters. The new cabinets were inspired by the remnants of the original adjoining pantry, however with cherry construction to match other pieces in the house. Rippled plate glass salvaged from the original windows of the house enhanced the feel of authenticity.

Exterior: Cherry
Interior: Primarily birch veneer plywood

Exterior: Satin finish water-based polyurethane
Interior: Latex-based semi-gloss enamel

Details: Design, finish, and installation by No Left Turn, LLC, fabrication by Branford Building Supplies, soapstone counter and sink by Vermont Soapstone, salvaged 1913 vintage glazing