Category Archives: Wednesday Woodworks

Wednesday Woodworks – Fall Inspirations

Halloween is right around the corner!  How would you like to spend your weekend?  Somewhere like above in this cozy-spaces-for-the-fall post?
Herbst Architects via desiretoinspire
How about someplace edgy and and earthy like this herbst-architects post?
Ashlee Raubach via designsponge
Perhaps you would prefer to take your time on a major makeover project like this before-after-lofty-living-room with dark hardwood floors, trim, and faux ceiling beams, with just a touch of goth influence in the black iron chandelier.
Who would be daring enough to take on a decaying mansion and breathe it back to life?  See many more hauntingly beautiful images of extremely-creepy-abandoned-houses here.

Wednesday Woodworks – Bedrooms

Cozy and comfortable woodworks are a perfect accessory to any bedroom.  Here are a few of our current inspirations:
Adore this divine mix of rustic and refined, industrial metals and soft textures .

Image via simplyseleta
An entirely timber attic bedroom, dreamy . . .
Derek Swalwell image via desiretoinspire
Something to be said for a simple white wood bedroom bathed in natural light.
Image via designesquire
Creative use of upholstery tacks on this stylishly designed wood headboard.
Elle Decor Showhouse image via katie-d-i-d
Spiral after spiral on this pair of turned post beds, notice the clever craftmanship in the shapes of the drawer fronts on an otherwise boxy side table.
Image via mytailoredlife
This Scandinavian bedroom demonstrates an earthy side to white painted hardwood floors.
Kindalatetothegame Image via glenproebstel
Visible grain hardwood flooring; a great use of texture in this understated bedroom, pulled together perfectly with the dramatic bold black frame of the headboard mirror.

Wednesday Woodworks – October favorites

Image via stylemepretty amy-majors-photography, great DIY twig idea for a harvest tablescape
October is the month when autumn makes herself at home, harvest time. Here in the Turks and Caicos we do not experience the same changes as some other places further north but this year we have been up to our elbows and knees in leaves and soil with a harvest of sorts.  A landscaping project at fleur de lys villa  called for a transplant of four of our beloved BIG trees, much more to come on that topic but for now a showcase of a few of our favorite blogs who also share our love of wonderful woodworks.  Enjoy!
A take-you-away-to-your-childhood post on treehouses on mydesignchic
Hardwood floors and built-ins galore in this greigedesign post on dana-wolter
Any given page over at japanesetrash will be certain to have masculine, architectural woodworks set in industrial designs.

Wednesday Woodworks – Garage Doors

TC Millwork is well known for our custom built doors; arched, louvered, raised panel, glass framed, exterior, interior, sliding, French, bi-fold . . . . our portfolio is extensive and could go on and on.  A few months back we had an unusual request that we jumped at the opportunity and the challenge.
This client had the standard white PVC garage doors, but after undergoing this extensive of a renovation, they no longer seemed appropriate for such an otherwise gorgeous front entrance and first impression of the spectacular home.   The PVC panels were removed and then replaced with custom built wood paneling, all the hardware and the operating system was salvaged.  The opposite smaller garage door was also replaced with a pair of custom carriage house style doors.

Wednesday Woodworks – Gansevoort Entertainment Additions

The Gansevoort has been one of the hottest, most popular new resorts to hit theTurks and Caicos. TC Millwork has been fortunate to have been a part of making this resort the chic, stylish destination it is today.  Among our many custom built contributions;
Image from realtravel
Reception desk featuring unique stone face front,
Image from
earthy spa reception desk and beauty product display,
Bagatelle Bistro Bar, which so many people have complimented that it still looks
 this flawless after countless party nights of tabletop dancing (sans stilettos we hope).
All units feature our custom built closets and a few bedroom layouts, these sliding panels shown above.
Image from realtravel
Now there will be a small modification that will create a nice improvement.  The image above depicts a typical Gansevoort bedroom, notice the large looming empty space above the flat screen television?  All that is about to change.
No more empty space!  The televisions will soon be encased in a shelving unit which will allow space for display on top and a tidy little nook for the dvd unit below.