The Carpenter Shop
"Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or
believe to be beautiful. "  William Morris
Copyright The Carpenter Shop, 2009.
358 N. Rockwell Ave., Oklahoma City, OK  73127
Traditional Gallery
These are frameless construction cabinets.  They are Lyptus raised panel doors
with slab drawer fronts.  Granite countertops were done by Summit Natural
Stone company.
doors.  The library bookshelves are Lyptus with face frame
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The Carpenter Shop
358 N. Rockwell Ave.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73127
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This job was coordinated by the homeowners.  They ultimately designed this
themselves.  The tall dishwasher/oven area was torn out to allow for more
countertop area.  The homeowners discovered that there was brick behind
the drywall to the right of the range so they removed the drywall and allowed
the brick to add texture to the kitchen.  They finished this recently only to find
another house that they liked better.  They sold this house the first day that
they listed it and recovered all their money put into the kitchen remodel.
This set of cabinets is done in Maple.  These cabinets are frameless
construction with 5-part flat panel doors.  The corner appliance garage opens
up like a clam shell and the doors fold back against the wall.  The counter top
is 2 cm. Hanstone Mediterranean Olive.
These cabinets are done in Maple with Gemini Harvest stain and Van Dyke
Brown glaze.  The doors are raised panel.

In this picture, these cabinets were set up for a Home & Garden Show.  
Since we had to build these but wait for the house to be ready for them to be
installed we decided to use them for display.  The customer had chosen
another company to do the countertops so we had to build countertops for
this that would ultimately not be sold which leads to the next picture.....
We had to re-use the countertops from the previous display so we decided to
re-build the cabinets in the same layout as the previous display.  

cabinets are 54" tall without the crown.
This is an entertainment center built with Red Oak.
This set is done in the Arts & Crafts style.  These cabinets are quarter sawn
This is not a typical set for us but we were quite proud of the final product.