Interior stairways are among some of the items Dave regularly receives requests for. This staircase, found in a remodel of an old Victorian home in San Diego's Bankers Hill area, is now the feature piece of the lobby in the new bed and breakfast located there.
100 year-old fir, along with glass, elevates this custom stair railing.
This hotel stairway is an example of the unique style of craftsmanship used by Dave, which blends contemporary and classic design elements. Commercial work is another way Dave enjoys showcasing his talents.
Interior trim is one of Dave's specialties. This client's house was unique in that the custom logs required the ceiling pieces to be hand-scribed in order to ensure each board’s exact fit.
Dave enjoys making custom door creations. A solid door can make the difference in safety for his clients, and each client has been satisfied with the end result.
This custom interior carpentry and trim work were designed for a library in a client's home.
Guests at this hotel are greeted immediately by Dave's interior woodworking and trim features.
Fireplaces are the focal point of every living room they occupy, and this 200 year-old oak beam does not disappoint.
This fireplace showcases more of the classic design elements of Dave's carpentry.
The bar in this hotel could easily work on a smaller scale in many homes. Dave worked closely with the hotel's design team to create a warm space for guests after a day on the slopes. The high-end carpentry used always generates conversation and an inviting atmosphere.
Custom columns and beam work give the lobby of this hotel a warm and welcoming feel.