Interior trim work

Pictured here are some examples of custom interior trim milled from clear pine and yellow poplar. The style is a modern and compact variation on the Victorian style of trim work found in older Halifax homes. using a frieze board plus cap and fillet.

This is an old recycled door that was sanded, filled and painted. The door jamb was milled from 5/4 stock and has a full rabbet.

This is an old recycled door that was sanded, filled and painted. The door jamb was milled from 5/4 stock and has a full rabbet.

 

Door header including custom milled cap.

Door header including custom milled cap.

Three heavy duty solid brass hinges support the solid door.

Three heavy duty solid brass hinges support the heavy door.

 

Detail picture of frieze boards and custom milled cap.

Detail picture of frieze boards and custom milled cap.

This removeable second floor corner panel was created to enable the easy passage of 6" ducting for Heat Recovery Ventallation system, as well as additional wiring, and piping for solar hot water panles on the roof.

This removeable second floor corner panel was created to enable the easy passage of two 6" ducts for a Heat Recovery Ventallation system, as well as additional wiring, and piping for solar hot water panels located on the roof.

Detail shot of upper panel removed, and concealed mechanical items.

Detail shot of upper panel removed, and concealed mechanical items.

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