The Swann House project was quite an amazing experience. It was a house built in the 1920s that displayed unbelievable craftsmanship on the part of the tradesmen at that time. Renovations designed by architect Paul Bates were carefully done so that everything looked as if it were part of the original house. We were tasked with constructing all the cabinetry work including the kitchen, library, study, bar, and laundry room as well as numerous furniture pieces. All of which had a very unique, one-of-a-kind feel to them. Much of the work was produced in a way to closely match the hand shaped and built original pieces throughout the house. Beautiful Quarter sawn white oak was a common material throughout with splashes of black walnut. One of the most memorable projects to date.