Salvaged oak palette wood was used to build this cabinet. The rustic
iron hardware was chosen to complement and draw out the darker colors
in the wood. Dowel joinery was used to ad interest and strength.

Punched tin was used to replace plywood panels in this refurbished cabinet. A natural finish brings out the beauty of the pine.

This hoosier cabinet (circa 1954) had to have all plywood replaced. Basically everything but the front facade had to be cut and replaced.  New hardware helps to brighten up the piece.

Located in Birmingham, Alabama USA.

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  1. Hi,
    I am an interior designer here in Birmingham and am working on this year’s Symphony Decorator’s Showhouse in Mountain Brook. One of my students, Alicia Griffin, has tried to contact you about possibly having a small cabinet made for our room which has a woodland, rustic feel. We would need something small, no wider than 30″ and about 30 – 40″ high (height is flexible). The showhouse does open April 23rd so we are working under a deadline. Since you are located in birmingham, this would be an excellent way to showcase your furniture. If you would please call me on my cell as soon as possible, I’d appreciate it. My number is 205/914-1528. thank you for your prompt attention. Ginny Aday

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