When a project starts with a shipment of wood from an antique english barn, something special is bound to happen:
Author Archives: Lantz Woodworking
Rappahannock Home in C-ville Abode
The Rappahaanock home of Matthew and Barbara Black was featured in C-ville Abode. The home was designed by Richard Williams, and includes custom kitchen cabinets by Lantz Woodworking.
Prairie Home Project in C-ville Abode
C-ville Abode features Mossy Rock, the Bushman-Dreyfus designed home of Sue Sargent.
The Breeze features Duke Hall Renovation
This article by Laura Wilkins in JMU’s The Breeze praises the newly renovated Duke Hall. The building provides a home for the School of Art, Design & Art History at JMU, and includes a large woodworking shop used by students. The renovation was designed by Gund Partnership.
Woodworking in 4 Dimensions
Along with our new television commercial, we suddenly have some nice video documentation of our finished work. It really does communicate something that would be difficult to say with photo– fine woodwork is not just 3-dimensional, it’s actually 4-D.
We think a lot about the way you will interact with our cabinets, doors, and furniture. That’s why we make sure that your finished product has no sharp edges, and that things work as they should both now, and for years to come. To really see what this means, you need to visit our showroom and take a look in all four dimensions!
But for the next best thing, here’s a video montage from footage made for the new commercial:
Our TV3 Commercial
We have a new ad that is now airing on our local Virginia television station, WHSV TV3!
We are hoping that participating in the local economy in this way will bring us more fantastic customers here close to home– and sometimes it’s just easier to communicate what quality woodwork can look like with video.
If you haven’t seen our spot yet, take a look: