Old doors and shutters are a perfect way to add interest and character to your home. Whether used as a headboard, or perhaps mounted on barn sliders,
An avid gardener used symmetry and large scale to create a classic Southern garden. He married a cast stone fountain with a newly built in ground pool as the centerpiece and flanked it with our Rococo Griffin Urns. The twin 19th century window guards he purchased to give support to new espaliered trees.
This family purchased old schoolhouse doors from us to create privacy, without blocking the light. Note the snowflake glass around the perimeter panes, but the 'Principal' panel in the center was to allow the principal to look in and see if the class was misbehaving. When open, the reclaimed wood paneling gives and added dimension to the back of the diffused, as well as the clear, glass panes. making the doors as interesting closed as they are open!
In a herculean effort, one of our customers hung a massive mirror that we had made from over 200 year old antique, heart-pine handrail from one of the Pinckney mansions downtown, paired with antique glass. We'd had it made to hang either horizontally or vertically, but had always displayed it as a leaning floor mirror. Though well over 6 feet tall, it looks perfectly proportioned in its new home!