Burlington, VT Carpenters
- 115 Rodgers Road West GloverVT0587550506
Vermont Fine Woodworking is a one man custom woodworking shop specializing in kitchen cabinetry and other finished carpentry projects: stairs, interior trim, railings, furniture, bathroom cabinetry, bookshelves and storage solutions. Edwin works out of his shop in northeastern Vermont to create perfect custom carpentry solutions for your home or business.
- 1675 Main Street WaitsfieldVT0567350507
Pomerantz Woodworking designs and crafts fine custom kitchens and one of a kind furniture. Pomerantz Woodworking is located in the scenic Mad River Valley of Vermont, and serves clients and contractors throughout the northeastern United States.
- 62 Fern St. BurlingtonVT0540850501
A woodworking business specializing in the design, and build of custom cabinets and furniture. All products are built from locally milled and sustainably harvested hardwoods.
Patrick Etienne established Everything Interior in Burlington, Vermont in 2001. Prior to that, Patrick lived and worked in Paris, France where he was trained in the highly esteemed French national trade school A.F.P.A. He graduated with a diploma in Finish Carpentry and Interior Painting. We specialize in Artisanal worksmanship. The Finish Carpentry certification qualifies Patrick to build cabinets, trimwork, furniture construction & repair, and more. The Interior Painter certification gives Patrick expertise in all aspects of painting including plaster, refinishing, wall repair, drywall, wallpaper, color mixing, oil veneer, staining and faux finishes.
- PO Box 757 ShelburneVT054820500
Bertrand Design Build takes pride in being creative, cost conscious, personable, and delivering superb craftsmanship. We create brilliant ideas for homes while respecting the owners identity and vision, and with a little good old-fashioned hard work we make them a reality.
- 596 Common Road WaitsfieldVT056730500
Mark Calabrese, Traditional Designs owner and master craftsman, built his first kitchen in 1979 and after working with master craftsmen in Sweden for several years, he returned to Vermont in 1987 and opened Traditional Design. Since 1989, the Skinner Barn in Waitsfield has been home to his millwork and custom cabinetry enterprise. 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. "My goals for every kitchen are functionality, durability, and high quality craftsmanship. I have a great love of cooking and understand the working aspects of a well-designed kitchen in all facets." Traditional Design uses only the highest quality materials and employs traditional and modern joinery methods. Mark's other interests include: gardening, kayaking, camping, hiking, snowshoeing, skiing and playing music. Mark lives in Warren with his wife Susan and their dog Eddy.