Black Walnut Custom Vanity – an intro –

2021-04-16T14:04:18-04:00

Custom Powder Room Vanity We have been on the hunt for some interesting pieces of American Black Walnut for a custom bathroom vanity we're designing and building for a client in Needham. Black Walnut has always been sought after as a fine furniture wood because of it’s workability, beautiful rich color, grain movement and stability. Today, we are seeing it show up more and more in small batch cabinetry and tables. In spite of it’s enduring popularity, it makes up less than 2% of all commercially harvested lumber in America which explains its high cost per board foot. Our client has this vision, of a furniture-grade vanity, with an extra thick stone countertop and beautiful gold faucets. Along with custom wainscoting, new flooring and lights, this Needham half bathroom is getting a full overhaul as part of a 2-bathroom and laundry room renovation. For the purpose of this post,

Black Walnut Custom Vanity – an intro –2021-04-16T14:04:18-04:00

Do you follow us on Social Media?

2020-08-01T11:31:31-04:00

Do you like seeing before and after renovation photos? Do you like seeing all the updates in between? Are you someone who is fascinated with the "behind the scenes" processes, in a renovation? If so, be sure to follow us on Instagram and Facebook. From demolition day to exterior and interior carpentry installations, masonry, tiling and flooring we cover so much of our renovations and progress updates in our social media stories.

Do you follow us on Social Media?2020-08-01T11:31:31-04:00

What your bathroom may look like in the 1700s had there been indoor plumbing

2020-03-29T15:52:19-04:00

What if there was indoor plumbing in 1740? Well, we pretended there was when we accepted the challenge to renovate an existing Ashland, MA bathroom, but with a nod to the home's historic roots. Although the 18th Century farmhouse had been updated with a bathroom addition decades ago, the current bathroom was outdated and poorly laid out. Working with homeowners passionate about restoring their property to its original glory, we saw this as a unique challenge to create a "what if" kind of space. From the handmade wainscoting and cabinetry, made right in our own workshop, to the restored chandelier the Owners found in the attic and the re-use of the original vanity top and mirror, you may just think the space had always been there…even before it could’ve been!

What your bathroom may look like in the 1700s had there been indoor plumbing2020-03-29T15:52:19-04:00
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