I am Christopher T. Dobbs and I trade as Dobbs and Associates.
This Arts and Crafts style kitchen in hard maple has
a honey toned low sheen finish.
An elegant bathroom double vanity in hard maple
with a honey stain and chocolate glaze.
Mudroom open "lockers" are great for coats and for
things that are either going in or coming out frequently.

Welcome to my Website. I have been designing and building custom
interior cabinetry, built-in furniture, and architectural accessories for three
decades. For my entire professional life I have concentrated on making
sure that the products I build are complete in design and are of the
highest quality materials. With you as my client, we will determine your
specific needs and produce a concept that we will refine to suit your
requirments and aesthetic preferences. I will work with you from the
initial design interview through the last day of installation and the last item
on the punch list.

My shop has been "green", as far as my choice of material suppliers
could provide, for twelve years. I use lumber certified by the Forest
Stewardship Council(FSC). My cabinet boxes are constructed with
hardwood veneer core plywood by Columbia Forest Products, Inc. They
fabricate their products using non-toxic soy-based formildehyde-free
adhesives by Pure Bond. I use water borne finishes. I compost my saw
dust for my lawn and garden and I am researching a way to use a
passive solar system to heat my shop.

The Kitchen is often the focal point of the home. It should be easy to work in and live in.
This "Green and Green" inspired fireplace is a great
example of how to express your design interest and
create an inviting space for family and friends.
Have a look around the site and please be patient with the images while they load. Refer to the contact
page for my phone number and mailing address. You can email me from this link or from the link on the
contact page as well. Scroll down to see some sample photos of projects in my gallery.
Please just call me Chris.
Who wouldn't want a wine cellar like this one and the
wine to put in it. Visit my gallery an see more
interesting projects.
Tudor style fireplace wall with bookcases and
cabinets is the focal point in this great room.