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Carriage Doors on Plum Island


Here are two 7' high custom carriage doors for a project on Plum Island just off of Newburyport, MA. The doors are made from Spanish Red cedar with a mahogany panel.  
  

Custom Cabinetry in Harvard

 
  
 
 
Here are two cabinets for a custom kitchen built in Harvard, MA. Note the finished end panel which gives the cabinet unit a furniture look and the arch in the other cabinet which is a focal point of the kitchen. Custom vanity designed for two sinks and having plenty of storage room with five drawers.


Custom Shutter for the Cape



 

Custom Spanish Red Cedar Rasied panel Exeterior Shutter with replica cutout! Notice the decorative feet at the bottom. Nice job Al and Glenn!!

Built for a Local Craftsman's Project


 
 
 Above is a custom built-in for one of our local craftsman, Dick Ianetti. Notice the applied molding added to the open shelf columns which give this area more visual interest and elegance.
 

Cabinetry in Stratham

 
 
Here is a simple cabinet with custom rollout trays. These trays have a front scoop for added elegance. The doors are a simple shaker frame with a standard raised panel. The customers designed this unit to be used as a pantry cabinet located in a mudroom adjacent to the kitchen. The unit was installed by Sprague Woodworking at a house in Stratham, NH.


 

 
 
Here are two custom cabinet units. The cabinet on the left is a good example of an inset door with a beaded face frame. The unit on the right is an overlay door. This door has an applied bead around the outside edge. Our Master Carpenter, Al Sprague, is pictured making the final assemblies and adjustments to these vanities.


Custom Cabinery


Solid Wood Counter Tops

                                                                                
A solid mahogany plank counter top with a dark walnut stain and tung oil finish. This top also has a 3/8 roman ogee outside edge!
 
 
Sprague Woodworking is a family owned and operated business. Our employee training program begins at an early age. Pictured here is Evan learning the tricks of the trade. Evan loves to come to the shop because his Uncle Al makes the "coolest" games and toys....his favorite is a custom designed slingshot that propels cabinet shelf pins at a high velocity (we don't tell his mother what he plays with at the shop!).






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