This client needed a mantle that had a masculine feel but not exclusively "manly." This piece also needed to fit with the rest of the his stylish and eclectic home.
We settled on a French-provincial style piece. This completed a masculine and eclectic look for a penthouse over looking City Park in Denver.
This stunning wall with Chevron style not only looks great it is a stylish was to hide an inoperable fireplace.
This white-washed farm table was designed not just to look good but also to resist brutal winters on Monument Hill. This table is a nice laid-back touch to the clients extensive cattle ranch
This extra long table - about 10 feet - is a perfect compliment to this clients trendy modern home in Highlands
This is truly a unique piece. The table is hand-crafted from highly sought after 6x12 timbers. We found these at an old dairy farm in Littleton.
These timbers are now enjoying a stylish second life as a conversation piece coffee table
This modern table is has Denver written all over it. We picked up this knotty Alder from Denver's own Austin Hardwoods.
This concrete-topped table is sitting pretty in a home in Bowmar.
This wall was made with a significant number of light colored boards. This makes for a stunning contrast but can also add some light to a darker space.
The light-colored boards cam from a granary in Pine Bluffs, WY
This patchwork bard door solved the problem of a large doorway without installing a traditional door jam.
This Boulder client was thrilled with the handcrafted door we made. This door's wood was sourced from Wisconsin
This oven hood project turned out even better than we expected. A wooden oven hood is a rare find. Even more rare is finding actual railcar flooring to make the hood. This look is bold and trendy yet still classic. A perfect fit in this kitchen wouldn't you say?
Steel hour glass legs complete the industrial feel of this table. The top is solid walnut. Special 'thank you' to Homestead Metalworks for the amazing metal work on the legs.
This door gets its weathered look from a process unique to Board and Bolt. Want to know more? Just ask, we'd love to tell you more.
The style of this house and the room both have tons of character but needed one final piece.
Adding this wood wall with different tones and textures gives the space a "wow" factor that was missing.
Creating lasting pieces can be a challenge in this arid Denver climate. To meet the needs of Bullock Design Studio's needs we used only the very best kiln dried lumber. The result is a stunning door that will withstand the test of time.
Board and Bolt is committed to not just exceptional style, but creating durable pieces that will truly last.
Our client sought to add functionality while staying stylish with her kitchen remodel. Adding a kitchen island was a smart. Adding a rolling kitchen island was brilliant.
We designed a custom island with functioning turn-of-the-century castor wheels and a stainless steel top.
This project wasn't huge but the impact is. The distressed beam adds a perfect accent to the fireplace. Sometimes less is more.
For this project we upcycled a picnic table. While this table may appear delicate on the top, don't be fooled. This table is built to last. Notice the over-sized six inch legs. This gives it a sturdy feel while not feeling too bulky.
This table is a fully-custom piece made for a home in Bowmar. The table features 2 inch thick reclaimed wood on the top and a welded metal leg base. This wood was reclaimed right here in Colorado
Modern and unique