Inspired by architecture and furnishings from the late-19th through the mid–20th century, I design and build furniture and cabinetry with a strong period sensibility. I take pride in seeing each job through from start to finish—from close discussion of aesthetic and practical considerations to drawing, production, and painstaking installation. Every job I undertake is highly customized in design and craftsmanship. I specialize in paying such close attention to the character of my clients’ homes that my work is often mistaken for part of their houses’ original fabric—though my goal is not to deceive, but to honor architectural character and history. With formal training and over 30 years of professional experience as a designer-builder of furniture and cabinetry, I draw on a variety of techniques including hand-cut dovetails, hand turning of cabinet pulls, carving, and finely scribed installations.
NR Hiller Design
Author, Columnist and Director of the National Arts & Crafts Conference at The Grove Park Inn since 1988
Mon.-Fri. 9-5pm (EST)