There were large cement posts and beams supporting the house along with old vent ducts going everywhere. The owner had all of the vents put at the top of the walls and I enclosed them in the soffet. The post and beams were then enclosed in wood.
Honduras Mahogany, stained rich burgundy.
This was an early California home with a cement basement space that the owner wanted to convert to a home office along with a wine cellar. The triple doors were a reflection of the triple veggia design on the upstairs deck. The molding shapes were all copied from the other parts of the house.