Farrow and Ball

 

DoorsandDrawers.Com is geared to build individually made pieces of furniture as well as create great 21st century kitchens many with early 20th century charm.

Please take time to read some of the comments made by customers after receiving their crafted pieces. Our furniture and kitchens have now been sold in 26 states with the list growing. Take time to explore the website and visit the connect page to have questions answered.   Enjoy!

    

 

                  

Reception

 

This reception center has two desk areas,  two file and pencil drawers with a sprawling 16 feet desk top (not shown). It was built for use in an old factory restored to become office space and art studios. The reception center is a great design that fits into the space without wasting any valuable square footage in this unique cultural center.



 

 

 

 

The Standen sideboard is well crafted with 3 lobe landscape inlays in each door. The exterior is built with quartersawn white oak hardwood while the drawers are made with walnut. Simply put, this piece speaks of late 19th century quality and appeal. Also available in cherry hardwood



 



Stickley Server

 

The Wykeham Kitchen Server is inspired by designers Gustav Stickley and Harvey Ellis. It is also available as a kitchen island in different sizes. The server pictured is Oak but is available in Cherry hardwood and offered in different stain colors.

 

 

 

Craftsman Kitchen Island 

 

 

The Cheshire Kitchen Island is a bold weighty design that adds a classic look to any style of kitchen. It is offered with or without a hardwood or granite top in a variety of finishes.

 

 

 

 

Kitchen Island           

The Wellington kitchen island (left) is a stunning old design that brings to life beauty and functionality. This piece is available with an unfinished back and can be used as a bathroom vanity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  The Sumner Writing Desk (right) was influenced by the work of architect  Charles Greene. The cloud brackets are an example of Japanese influence which began to appear  in designs by the famous architects Greene and Greene as early as 1904.

     

 

 

 

 

Mission Style Sideboard

 

The Dallington Sideboard (left) is for the purist who has an appreciation for Arts and Crafts style furniture. It is offered in cherry and oak hardwoods. The Dallington was featured in the summer 2010 issue of Arts and Crafts Homes magazine at the request of one of the editors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 The Mather Mission Style Kitchen Island (right) definitely has a Stickley influence. It too is offered in cherry and oak hardwoods. As with all our work, this island comes with long- lasting drawers built using dovetail joinery.  The Mather  comes with a granite top.