Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Fireplace Surround x2

About 3 years ago a couple who just moved from Pittsfield to Medway asked me to build a replica of a fireplace surround they had in their Pittsfield home. I worked from a picture they supplied and built them a copy. They decided to move again and reached out for another surround for the new home and these are a few pic's of what I came up with.

Friday, May 27, 2011

More Mantel Fun

This is an lower and upper fireplace surround I made recently for a customer. Its made from poplar and finished in BMoore White Dove. The brick was replaced by TF Figuerido Masonry who does beautiful work and who makes my job a lot easier. He takes the time to make sure the layout is square and the bricks are layed perfectly plum so I can get a nice tight fit with the surround. This was the last project of a 1st floor remodel. Thanks Anne and Greg for your buisness, hope you enjoy.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Carmel's Fireplace Mantel

Here is a mantel I built from pine. My good friends at Sherwin Williams mixed a stain to perfectly match the existing trim.

Kristin's Fireplace Surround

This is a fireplace surround I built for a client recently. I made it from poplar and finished it in Ben Moore Super White.

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Needham Surround

This fireplace surround is part of a wall unit I did recently. The plan was to mount a flat panel TV as part of the upper surround , but because of the brick the TV mount would've placed the tv to far from the surround taking away from the mantel. So plan B was put into effect and a series of 3 raised panels would replace the TV.

Friday, March 26, 2010

Danielle's Fireplace Surround

Danielle contacted me through my website and hired me to build this surround from a picture she found on the web. Its built from poplar and finished in Benjamin Moore Decorators White. The install went perfect and Danielle now has a nice addition to the living room.

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Fireplace Surround

This is a fireplace surround I built for the Paille's. Constructed from poplar with adjustable shelving and red oak caps for the base cabinet's. Stereo components, speakers, and DVD's will fill some of the shelves. A new 42" LCD TV will sit above the mantle. Melissa is handling the painting duties can't wait to see the finish product.