Wilbur Wong Design
Attention To Details From Bottom To Top
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Space was maximized in this small bathroom
using this triangular vanity and counter top. The cabinet and granite were made in house.
Special drawer needing innovative approaches to operate without falling out when opened.
For a special space this corner vanity built 15 years years ago still have the drawers sliding as smoothly today as when we built it.
Mortise and Tenons
Admitted high end construction using mortise and tenons are the sturdiest approach.
In a house with many period Japanese antiques I built Tonsu style doors out of quilted maple. All of the wood came from two timbers.
Dovetail Drawer Pieces
This project needed the feel of finely crafted furniture so we built it as if we were creating furniture.
Not glamorous work but we start our projects right from the ground up
At the top setting a 570 pound ridge beam calls for safety approaches where machinery doesn't fit.
Really there isn't any such thing as too many clamps