The front of Mapleton. The house was built in the 1820's and looked a little different back then.
Part of the side and back of Mapleton. The brick had been made onsite in the 1820's. There was a little deterioration in a few brick which we repaired. The brick looked to be made from Alabama red clay.
A kitchen in Indian Springs. We did the walls and cabinets and they got new counter tops and pulls.
The same kitchen. It is amazing what a little paint can do.
Just off the kitchen is a little seating area with a dining area. Walls, windows, doors and trim were done here.
The formal dining area. Ceiling, walls and trim were painted here. The ceiling had embossed wallpaper. Made for a nice ceiling.
The hallway connecting the kitchen and foyer.
Two doors made into one. They slide on a rail for the entry to the pantry. They were made to look old per the customers request.
Nice crisp lines,...
A vanity that got the "glaze" treatment. These doors were a brown stain originally.
Well that is me in the reflection on the glass. These doors turned out nice. A Jacobean stain and polyurethane on this set.
Mahogany garage doors with a mix of ebony and jacobean stain. These were some of the prettiest doors we have done.
Don't be afraid of color,...
Pergolas make for nice shade,....
A glazed, vaulted ceiling with stained beams,...
The next four pictures are from the same house in SaddleBrook. The top 2 are on the main floor and the bottom 2 are in the basement.
Lines, lines and more lines in a tray ceiling,....
At Centiva Flooring,... a new addition for offices.
An entrance way in Hickory Hills.
A beautiful cabin in Waterloo we stained with WoodScapes from Sherwin-Williams.