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Trim in New House

Over the last year, since Dec 20011, my wife and I have worked to complete all of the interior cabinetry and woodwork on the first floor of our new home. This has included ALL of the cherry cabinetry (including the raised panel doors), the house interior doors themselves, window and door jambs and trim, raised panel wainscot paneling, the boxed beams and hand rail. All designs are our own. The cherry wood for the cabinets we harvested from two dying trees on our prior property in Florida. The remainder of the woodwork is a mix of roughsawn and smooth pine to create contrast and a cabin-look for our country home.


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