Light and Airy Suspended Cabinets: After

Who: Bruce W.
Where: Atlanta, GA

Without details from the architect for how to suspend the cabinets, it was a trial-and-error process of thinking and designing ad hoc, requiring endless, repeated measurements of the frame, cabinets, and angled wall and ceilings. Brushing up on 3-D trigonometry was to little avail, with 30/60-degree angles in one dimension, a sloping ceiling in another, and rafter blocking in a third.

Who did the work: We did most of the work ourselves.
Cost: More than $100,000

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