Fine Lines In Wood, Inc. was established in 1984 in a small cow barn in Addison, Vermont. After 11 years of building 8′ cabinets in space with 7′ ceilings, the shop was moved to another renovated cow barn in New Haven, Vermont. Happy with the higher ceilings and shorter commute, husband and wife, Randy Flint and Janet Fancher, have continued to produce cabinetry for commercial and residential use. With a highly talented and versatile crew, managed by Brian Buteau, they have built cabinetry and architectural millwork for projects in New York City, Long Island, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Colorado, New Hampshire, the Bahamas, Denmark, and throughout Vermont.
Our process starts with discussion. Either using architects plans or your vision, we explore the range of choices available. We offer ideas, design solutions, possibilities. After discussion, we draw preliminary sketches and provide pricing for your project. We take the time to tweak concepts until they are just right. Once the design is finalized and a deposit paid, we start on the shop drawings. Brian measures your space and creates working dimensioned drawings. Once the drawings are approved, the shop team gets to work. With precision and skills and constant attention to detail, Shop Foreman Jonathan works with David, Doug, and Ian to make sure your cabinets are crafted to the highest level.
Fine Lines in Wood, Inc. embodies the best of Vermont – strength of purpose, dedication to detail, beauty and function in perfect harmony, value, intelligent design, and pride in craftsmanship. Whether you are looking for kitchen or bath cabinets, built-ins for home or office, store fixtures or millwork, we have the capability and flexibility to build your dreams. Fine Lines In Wood, Inc. knows about elegance, efficiency, and what it means to put your name on finely crafted custom cabinetry.