Monthly Archives: May 2013

Retaining the Charm of a Classic 1940s-era Kitchen

The standard casework style in 1940s and 50s era Eugene homes was the 3/8″ lip overlaying face frames, built in place by a finish carpenter, usually employing painted 3/4″ plywood for slab doors and drawer fronts.  Nothing fancy, a nice … Continue reading

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Updated Fireplace

A couple of long-time clients were looking to update a rustic fireplace surround, which we managed pretty quickly by wrapping the existing knotty pine with 1/2″ Medex MDF. The face is a single U-shaped piece, which was a little tricky … Continue reading

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