A year in the making, from initial consultation to delivery, this privately commissioned piece was a joy to craft. Designed in the clean, spare silhouette of mid-century modern style, I incorporated exposed dovetail joinery at the corners of the case and solid wood frame and panel backs for both the sideboard and hutch. Taking great pains to provide a perfectly grain-matched front, I cut all drawer fronts, rails, stiles and panels from a single plank. Perhaps the most unique feature of this design is the drawer- and door pulls. Leaving the drawer fronts and door rails over an inch thick, I hand carved the pulls, gradually removing stock from around and inside the pulls to produce a truly sculpted look. Discreet solid brass knife hinges offer full access to the adjustable panels behind the doors. The top drawer in the sideboard featured an adjustable silverware tray.