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Two parts of a kitchen built at different times

June 18, 2021

The island was built eight years prior to the back wall, and we meticulously ensured that the new part of the kitchen matched the aged island colour perfectly. The island is all “push to open” including the two full radiused doors. Another neat feature is that on each build – regardless of whether the interior

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Old World Craftsmanship – Double Curved Door

June 3, 2021

This may look like a regular full curved door but this one is unique as it has two curves; one on the top that you can see, and one across the face of the door.  This door fits the radius of the wall seamlessly! The door is made entirely of solid Cherry, and was hand

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“Absolutely Perfect”

April 30, 2021

Quality craftmanship has helped us earn over a 40-year-old reputation as one of the best. Recently we re-visited a fantastic project we did 2 years ago – Palladio Jewellers – while onsite we made sure everything is still in perfect condition. Every curved panel, every soft closure drawer, every showcase display, things were adjusted and

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More than an entry door!

April 15, 2021

Other than being a beautiful three-inch thick solid Walnut entry door with side lights, the real gem of this package is the custom stain glass that was made for the customer.  Each bird represents one of their children. The stain glass was then put inside a triple pane sealed glass unit to achieve energy efficiency.

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Reclaimed Harvest Table

April 1, 2021

When the opportunity comes around to reuse local material with a story behind it, we are always keen!This table is made from Douglas Fir timber, salvaged from dams in local area – dams that were built by Calgary Power before 1940. These timbers are still being used to regulate water flow today!While most salvaged timbers

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Now ‘this’ was a terrific challenge!

March 18, 2021

This was fun!     The customer had  already picked out a wonderful sink to fit this bathroom space. At first we thought a classic radiused vanity would work, but the swing of the entry door  would have hit a radiused vanity.Thus there was no choice but to make an oval vanity, that the sink would fit into

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