Common Uses for Architectural Millwork

When it comes to interior design, the details make all the difference. Architectural millwork allows a designer to cut unique shapes and details that can breathe character and life into any room. From classic and ornamental to modern and sleek, a great architectural millwork manufacturer can offer a unique flair that ties the look and feel of your space together elegantly. Here are some of the most common elements that are created using architectural millwork:

Restaurant & Bar Furniture – One of the crucial elements that can make or break a restaurant is the environment. Customers don’t just want great food, they want to enjoy the experience, and creating a cool vibe plays a huge role. An architectural millwork manufacturer can design custom bar tops, tables, chairs and booths that create a stunning interior your customers will love.

Built-in Cabinets and Shelves – There’s no better way to save space and create a sleek environment than with built-in cabinets and shelves. A professional architectural millwork manufacturer will work alongside the other craftsmen building out your space to create shelves and cabinets that fit seamlessly into the environment.

Columns, Handrails & Molding – The stunning look of carefully crafted molding, unique handrails or structural columns can give your environment an elegant beauty that is breathtaking. Using architectural millwork, these once extremely cost-prohibiting finishes can be done created much more quickly and is more affordable. Additionally, they can be replicated throughout a building with flawless accuracy.

Desks & Workspaces – Architectural millwork is a great way to create a modern office space that reflects your efficient and innovative spirit. The ability to create dynamic shapes and sleek surfaces are what makes architectural millwork a popular choice for tech companies and offices of all kinds.

Are you looking for high-quality, custom interiors to make your space stand out? Call Ferrante Manufacturing. We’ve been working with contractors, designers, and architects across the US since 1946. To get a bid on your next installation, call (313) 571-1111.

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