Entertainment Center

An Entertainment Center designed to match existing cabinets elsewhere in the room.

Bookshelves and Entertainment Center

This is the classic “bookshelves over cabinets”. In this case, the right side cabinet is used for media storage. Custom made, all wood CD and DVD storage racks on pull out shelves are located right next to the media equipment. Dark stained Cherry counter tops provide a warm contrast to the painted cabinets.

Custom built CD and DVD storage trays.

Arch Top Entertainment Center

Here is a beautiful arch pediment entertainment center. The drawers just below the TV are sized to hold DVD cases on edge.

There is plenty of storage inside the cabinet too.

Library Shelves

Wine Cellar

Reproduction Mantle

This mantle was constructed using heart pine that was salvaged from old floor boards.

Library Bookshelves

This is a breakfront floor to ceiling bookshelf. Maple with a dark Cherry stain.

Contemporary Media Center

This working fireplace is also a media center. A screen pulls down from the ceiling, covering the center picture. Stereo and video equipment are stored behind the large, outermost doors. Speakers are hidden behind the smaller doors with wooden grate panels. The columns open to reveal floor to ceiling DVD storage. Natural finished Maple and dark stained Cherry.

This view shows the TV screen pulled down and the DVD storage columns open.

Fireplace Mantel

This mantel, shown here as work in progress, was designed to complement the traditional style of the house.


Lots of useable storage in a small space. The back shelves were kept shallow so everything is visible when you walk in.

Closet Organizer

This customer wanted to use an oddly shaped wall in the closet for additional storage. Clothes hang above cubby holes for loads of shoes. Cowboy boots live in the spaces on the bottom. Maple with a Cherry stain.

Entertainment Center

A clear finish on oak was used to match some existing furniture elsewhere in the house. A TV has taken it's place between the windows since this picture was taken. Satellite box and DVD player are also now behind the glass paneled door.

This is a computer drawing of the built-in shown above. Most projects start out with a drawing just like this. A few minor changes were made after the cabinets were installed, but this was the drawing that was approved for construction. It's a lot easier to imagine the finished product in 3D, rather than line drawings!

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