Boiserie Paneling & Cabinetry

In the 17th and 18th Centuries, decorative wood panels, “Boiserie”, which is the French equivalent of wainscot, was used to add warmth and decorate the interior of each room and take away from the cold look of the stone structure. Early examples of boiseries were unpainted. Later on, French interior designers refined the look with intricate carvings, and at times gilded frames adorned a picture or a painting. The palace of Versailles in Paris is a good example.
Our master craftsmen have refined this art to fit into today’s homes and architecture design.
This is an example of it made in solid oak painted in an egg shell white with an antique glaze.
C offered ceilings of different carved designs in every room. Intricate wood paneling everywhere. Carvings and appliques throughout. Built-ins and storage cabinets. Rope twist columns. Mirrored cabinet doors.

Solid Oak kitchen cabinets painted in off white lacquer finish with an antique glaze. Accents of avocado green and 24 karat gold leaf. Upper cabinets with beveled glass door panels.

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