Custom Crafted of Solid Woods in the European Tradition

Mantel Styles

French Provincial

The site for this mantel was a tall brick wall that was overpowering, making the room appear cluttered as well. At our suggestion, the client covered the brick wall with wallboard, and the mantel became an important architectural aspect of the room.

Queen Anne

The painting was an important treasure to this client, although it was not very large. We used the overmantel to enhance the painting, and create a context which made it a dramatic statement in the room.

Georgian with Split Pediment Overmantel

Arts & Crafts and Olde English Georgian

Arts & Crafts -This room needed to look grander and more important. The mirror in the overmantel dramatically enlarged the look of the room.

Olde English Georgian -The client saw this mantel in an old family photograph. Working collaboratively with the client, it was reproduced exactly to their liking.

Classic Contemporary

The site for this mantel was a tall brick wall that was overpowering, making the room appear cluttered as well. At our suggestion, the client covered the brick wall with wallboard, and the mantel became an important architectural aspect of the room.

English Colonial Mantel

The painting was an important treasure to this client, although it was not very large. We used the overmantel to enhance the painting, and create a context which made it a dramatic statement in the room.

The Rodgers Mantel (Richard Rodgers)

The client was a big fan of Rodgers and Hammerstein music. The Rodgers mantel was narrow enough to fit perfectly into their narrow space because of the narrow design of the shelf.

French Louis XV

In this romantic bedroom, the client was looking for a  curvaceous mantel.

Adam with Garland

This client wanted a classic mantel with clean simple lines. Another client used the same style and placed a family crest in the center panel.

French Classic

This beautiful home had thick, rich moldings and the owner wanted an elaborate mantel that could be accentuated with beveled mirror.

Classic  (Unfinished)

Shown here is a mantel before being finished. The adornments take stain or paint and show even more fine detail than carved elements. There is an infinite variety of French composition ornaments from which to select.