This project was the most challenging, not only because of it's massive size (13' x 7') but because the client wanted curio cabinets incorporated in the the design using the curved glass from two antique doors that they had. So, the radius of the glass had to be the key factor in designing this
… whole project. After several designs, this was the one that satisfied function and style.
Because of the fragility of the old glass, earth magnets were used to gently hold the curio doors closed instead of mechanical latches.
In addition, the design gives the unit a built-in appearance, but actually is not attached to the structure in any way, just a snug fit, to allow for freeedom of movement; the sheer weight holds it in place.
Mirrors mounted on the backs of the curios, along with soft lighting and adjustable glass shelves complete the package.
Accent lighting on the top of the unit add warmth to the room , conveniently controlled by a wall switch.
Custom Dining Table
by Rick May 20th 2013
Ken, did a great job on extending the table with new rails and refinishing 12 chairs and the table edge. We had a great experience working with Ken.