Plain English Style Kitchen. Painted Cabinetry with White Oak Countertops
Handmade Kitchen in the Plain English Style for European clients for a new house on Glenn Lake in Northern Michigan. Jack Cline, Architect, Traverse City, Jim Cooley of Cooley Contracting, Builder, Traverse City. Chad Womack, Cabinetmaker. Finish is Farrow and Ball Smoke Green with solid White Oak Counter Tops. Please click on images to enlarge
One Night Stand
Modern bedside table or one night stand in solid White Ash. Designed for the right-hand side of the bed. Featuring two drawers above a single door. The grain was carefully planned to fall continuously across the drawer and door faces. The table conceived in the French modernist style of the 1940’s. The top is cantilevered on a hidden steel support. The title was fondly named for the uniform the John Widdicomb Furniture Company bowling league wore. The bowling shirts were emblazoned with a single French Provincial bedside table on the back. Somebody had a sense of humor and what a great group of Artisan’s to have worked with. The table dimensions are 24″width x 16″ deep x 29″ height.
One Night Stand
Mid-Century Modern Bookcase.
This Mid-Century modern bookcase is handmade in African Mahogany, American Walnut, and Teak. Dimensions 60″ width x 18″ depth x 107″ H. The sliding door panels are painted in English Farrow & Ball emulsion. The colours that were selected by the client feature India Yellow #66 and Blazer #212
The design for the cabinet was inspired by three important mid-century designers. The staggered vertical shelf dividers are drawn from unique bookcases created by the French architect and designer Charlotte Perriand. The colored sliding door panels were inspired by sideboards designed by the Danish furniture designer Finn Juhl. The half round molding profiles with their sculptured mitered joints are reminiscent of T H Robsjohn Gibbings work for the Widdicomb Furniture Company in the early 1960’s.
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