The abstract millwork in the entryway pulls guests into the main spaces of the home. On the wall opposite the millwork, a series of photographs help to showcase the homeowners' love for art as well as their personality.
Gayler Construction gave the owners the look they were after with a European-style range with built-in hood and decorative corbels. A black and tan fleur de lys-like tile backsplash added uniqueness, while custom cabinetry, custom flooring and custom millwork enhanced the room’s Old World appeal.
This room is both a library and a dining room. It features a built-in bookcase with custom millwork, a buffet and niche for art. The look is modern with touches of Asian influence. The dining chairs are also custom and feature Lee Jofa linen velvet with brass nailheads on the back that complement the modern fixture above the table. The window-side table is the final custom piece with a gray marble top and steel base.
One of the most effective ways to highlight custom or historic millwork, such as trim or ceiling beams, is with contrasting white paint. To accentuate the original millwork in this 1920s bungalow, its walls feature muted shades of blue while its trim is a bright shade of ultra white.
Useless walls enclosing tight spaces were removed to provide welcome openness. Gayler Construction added custom millwork to lend sparkle and distinctiveness. The result is a cohesive, light, airy and far more functional space.
Custom millwork let designers work all kinds of handy storage into this kitchen's design without detracting from its clean, open look. Here, a large pantry with pull-out shelves is located at the kitchen's entrance.
This eclectic master bedroom features a maximalist style, with dark window treatments, lots of patterned throw pillows, a studded leather desk and animal print chair. The bright, white ceilings feature custom millwork and help to lighten the dark, wooden space.