A recent project to take advantage of a house with a boat slip in the basement. A bare aluminum shell was supplied with a bare sketch of a cabinet layout, but the rest of the design and materials was left to Molior to design and install.
We ordered cabinets from Abodian to match the cabinets in the house, and then proceeded to fill in the details.
First step was to define the ceiling. We were aiming for “fishing boat chic”.
This is after the cabinets and counters were installed. The ceiling is Okubo panels with Sapele battens. The walls are upholstered panels.
The finished look from the windows at the bow.
May the bow Windows Molior created a sill with a chart of Bristol Bay made with Maple stringing, Pomelle Bubinga veneer, and a carved salmon of Walnut.
To create a standing desk Molior built a writing table box. Sapele with Pomelle Bubinga panels and drawer front and a leather top.
Here’s a yacht with some woodwork being created and installed.
First is the instrument eyebrow that is above the wheel.
And the completed eyebrow:
Next are a few shots of templates created to build parts. In this case, arches for the stairways from galley to bridge and bridge to flybridge. The existing door will eventually be removed and a wood jamb with 3″ radius corners installed. These arches will have 3″ radius corners through the full curve(s).
Here are some photos of the corners being milled for the arch from galley to bridge- it’s a double curve, sort of an S shape.