Cabinet Makers in Vermont
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1611 Harbor Rd. Shelburne, VT 05482
Vermont Furniture created by Bruce Beeken and Jeff Parsons celebrates wood. From the forest to their workshop to the rooms in your home, the story of each tree is found in their commitment to sustainable forestry, use of native character woods.
322 Route 100 North Ludlow, VT 05149
You can talk with our craftsmen, ask questions, and observe their fine workmanship in action. When it comes time to build your piece of furniture, you can help select the wood that will be used to create your piece
1804 Route 14 South East Montpelier, VT 05651
db design specializes in fine interior renovations and restorations as well as maintaining a full service shop producing some of Vermonts most unique, custom furnishings, cabinetry and architectural millwork.
71 South Street New Haven, VT 05472
Fine Lines in Wood, Inc., established in 1984, is a custom cabinet shop with the capability and flexibility to create cabinetry for any setting.
1298 Lower Road Plainfield, VT 05667
We have been fortunate to work on all aspects of designing, building, and remodeling homes, and have managed many small commercial projects. We specialize in cabinets, millwork, and furniture, all handled at our fully equipped woodworking shop
1519 Shelburne Road, Route 7 South Burlington, VT 05403
Simpson Cabinetry wants your beautiful custom built-ins to be functional, yet pleasant to the eye. Whether your built-in cabinetry is made for your mudroom, entryway, office, or walk-in closet.
2111 Green Street • Waltham, VT 05491
Vermont furniture maker, Timothy Clark designs and builds beautiful Windsor chairs and Shaker inspired furniture from native hardwoods. He has an eye for graceful elegance and simplicity.
P.O. BOX 131 Underhill Center, VT 05490
Tom Moore is a leading Vermont contractor specializing in remodeling and new home building. Our hallmark is elegant custom detail in new construction and remodeling projects.
596 Common Road Waitsfield VT 05673
Mark's designs reflect the traditional Vermont architectural style of the Greek Revival and Federal period. His design work is influenced by Scandinavian, Craftsman, and Shaker styles.