E L Henson Inlay and Design

Custom Cabinetry,  Custom Marquetry, Custom Furniture,  Wood Inlay Flooring Medallions
You have found a trusworthy and  reliable source for your Custom Inlay and Cabinetry needs.

Custom Cabinetry

Painted Library bookcases
Cherry office  Credenza
Above is a paint grade book case unit, built in, and trimmed to the ceiling with crown molding.    The cherry credenza to the left has solid raised panel doors below  with a slide out for a printer behind doors.  The base included a  sliding file, pencil and storage drawers.  The upper center panel was built to accommodate art work.
Id like to explain a little about the building process of my cabinets and why I believe the quality is better than a cabinet you you can purchase at a do it yourself  home center. I do not purchased cabinets or doors already made. They are build in my shop.
I build traditional style face frame cabinetry using solid kiln dried lumber.  I  plane and mill the lumber my self, carefully selecting the best woods.  Boards that have a nice cathedral, are saved for door panels. Straight tight grain lumber is selected for the stile, rails and moldings. we machine sand our lumber to the same grit to make sure planer marks are removed and we achieve a uniform surface prepped for finish. The cases are built using interior cabinet grade plywood. Store bought cabinets are usually made with a particle board core, using thin sides and backs, with inferior hardware.
I use quality concealed and adjustable hinges, drawers are made of beech solids with a Baltic birch 1/2" thick bottom and half blind dovetails, with good quality ball bearing slides. The shelving is made strong enough not to bow under heavy  loads. Doors are made of all solids, raised panels are made to live. Solid woods will expand and contract, this is called seasonal movement. That is taken into consideration in the door construction. The joinery  is cut on a wood shaper that gives the doors detail and strength. The solid trim choose compliments the existing wood. I do tell my customers that I like to have a little creative room when building. Cabinets are assembled, erected, trimmed, sanded and finished in our shop, then carefully disassembled  and reassembled at your home or space. The finishes used are professional cabinet grade products with a satin hand rubbed sheen. I hand wax all my cabinetry and furniture when installed.  Knobs are a last touch, I can install once you pick them out. I'm looking forward to working with you and providing you  with   quality service for years to come.