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It has been said that Doug is not a cabinetmaker, he is an artist.

Steam-bent entry door
crafted from Bolivian
Pau Ferro.

Salt Lake Olympic torch runners
display case made from
African Mahogany.

Australian lace wood desk with steam-bent legs and
birds-eye maple
 writing surface.

Working in collaboration with architect Lance Turner, this cherry kitchen was designed with solid ebony posts on the corners of the base cabinets. 

This credenza in the board room of AMBank was also designed by Lance Turner.  It is made of 
cherry with black accents and
dentil crown molding.

Steam-bent black walnut
entry door with ebony
pegs and raised panels.

This 9 foot long cherry dresser
was one of  Doug's college

This shows the curved front
of the cherry dresser
pictured left.

Close up of entry door
bottom panel with
flowers on ebony posts
shows the beautiful wood
grain Doug likes to hand
pick when possible.

Red Wood "Montana"

1921 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost
To help restore this car after a fire, Doug spent 6 weeks steam-bending and fitting Mahogany to replace the
original wood.

Detail of work on
1921 Rolls Royce.

Child size steam-bent
black walnut
rocking chair.

Steam-bent Cherry
rocking chair.

Adult size steam-bent
black walnut
rocking chair.