Here are some before and after photographs of my first kitchen remodel in New Canaan, CT.
With the help of a cabinet maker in Pennsylvania and fine stone counters, this kitchen turned out beautifully. Check out these gorgeous cherry wood cabinets! Continue reading My first kitchen remodel in New Canaan
In July of 2001 I replaced a small piece of fascia board on a Frank Lloyd Wright house. Making these replacement pieces was a lot of fun because of the interesting shape. I made a template for the router and then chiseled out the corners. Continue reading creating and replacing some very interesting fascia
Not too long after I started working on a Frank Lloyd Wright home here in Connecticut I was asked to fix the front storm door because it was badly warped and one of the screws holding the handle in place had stripped out, leaving the handle a bit loose.
After altering the door in my shop I brought it back to the residence and set it outside. I left it leaning there against the stone wall in the carport while I worked on the jamb and passive side. I replaced the passive side and left for the night.
The next morning at 5:30am the garbageman stopped to collect the trash and for some reason, took the door as well. Continue reading They threw out a Frank Lloyd Wright door?
In late 2000, I was hired to renovate a dilapidated deck on a friend’s Frank Lloyd Wright original house here in Connecticut. “Springbough” is no ordinary house and at first sight I knew my work here was going to be both challenging and gratifying.
Presented here is a backdated post to the time when the work was completed by WoodDance Studio. This is a long story as the deck was again remodeled in 2006, but I don’t want to give away the story just yet so read now about my first job on a Frank Lloyd Wright and the beginning of a six year relationship with a very interesting home. Continue reading My first Frank Lloyd Wright renovation, rebuilding a rotten deck.