This project was an all-encompassing scope of work. Maple solids and veneers were the primary materials, along with specialized and reclaimed materials.
For the front entrance, and north wall, we installed anigre panels and tempered glass windows. The sapele entrance doors featured glass windows and brass inlay trim to match the Charleston location doors. The menu board, casings, and molding were also part of the exterior work. Inside the front lounge are maple tongue and groove panels with matching trim. The hostess desk consists of three sections crafted of maple veneers and solids, a tempered glass display, and a maple countertop.
Our interior assignments included the main dining room with the frosted glass windows, framed with louvered panels at the top and bottom. The private dining hall features faux beams from reclaimed wood, ceiling planks from reclaimed wine barrels, and maple-planked doors with an oversized curved window for the two entrances. The corridor is masterfully crafted with maple tongue and groove panels, then detailed with matching trim.
The main bar features a uniquely designed solid sapele bar top, maple tongue and groove paneled front, and dark oil bronze foot rail. The back bar features a quartz counter, tiered plexiglass shelves, and open-frame cabinets with matching maple veneers. The service bar's design and style match that of the main bar.
The trim package includes tongue and groove maple solids, wainscot panels, crown and base moldings, chair railing, casings, and jambs.
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