This entertainment center has a unique 30' bow front radius. The lower band of lacewood louvers allows air flow to the large returns located under the unit. The large middle doors with handmade pulls pocket to allow access to the TV and AV equipment. The open display compartments are ebonized cherry.
This buffet was designed by Woodleaf Studios to compliment the client's existing dining room furniture from Century. The buffet incorporates lion head ring pulls, black lacquer engaged pilasters with gold leaf capital, and base elements. The primary door and drawer panels are banded with ebonized bead. The unusually deep niche allowed for an elevated upper tier at the rear for additional serving surface.
High gloss black lacquer surfaces are accented with gold leafed capital and base elements. The lectern's facade and body is lightly ebonized cherry.
This table was designed by Michael Steiner. Like the Steiner Urn table it was built and then donated by Woodleaf Studios to Interact for a fundraiser. The table has a cherry top banded with olive as a burl. Brass claws clench black lacquer spheres. There are also gold leaf accents.
This cherry castle-like fireplace surround houses the TV and AV equipment in the living room of a private residence. The cabinetry sleeves back into a dry stack stone veneer that climbs up more than twenty feet. The wrought iron hardware was designed especially for this cabinet (see view 2). There are two large decorative speaker compartments with fabric and wire covers.
This small buffet serves up a delicious batch of exotic details. The double conical front legs join a button adorned plate covered with plum pudding veneers. The figured cherry plank doors are punctuated with decorative brickets of fiddleback makore. The pulls are solid hand made cherry. There is a small dentil band above and beneath the door panels. The server is topped off with a chocolate colored marble.