This expertly crafted burled walnut tabletop exhibits fine carved & inlayed details. However, this is just the decorative top to disguise the owner's true prize - a felt-lined poker table hidden within. Designed by Tomas Pearce Interior Design Consulting. Engineered & manufactured by Hutton Bielmann Design.
It's all in the details. Complex contoured fronts, a high gloss finish, & Make It Metal feet onto tapered legs turn this dining room sideboard into something exceptional. Designed by Tomas Pearce Interior Design Consulting. Engineered & manufactured by Hutton Bielmann Design.
The stylized elliptical breakfast table exudes a sense of opulence through its many fine details. Back-painted glass is surrounded by an egg & dart profiled edge for that classic look. And the custom pedestal base continues in brass Make It Metal for the perfect finish. Designed by Tomas Pearce Interior Design Consulting. Engineered & manufactured by Hutton Bielmann Design.
The 48” dinette table shown here is made of solid white oak & has a distressed finish with a driftwood stain. Contrasting top & base tones add subtle visual interest. Designed by Susan Orfald.
This dining area was designed with the kitchen in mind as the two spaces merge into one open room. Lighting was carefully considered here as the Hubbardton Forge pendant above the table draws your focus to the beautiful formal space. Designed by Susan Orfald.
This stunning dining room table began by updating an existing table top that the client already owned. It was then refinished & given two new walnut leaves. Finally, the new base was created to make a striking statement. Designed by Susan Orfald.
The open kitchen space & bay of windows offered the perfect opportunity to design a one-of-a-kind “Bielmann Trestle Table” & L-shaped bench. Each end of the bench incorporates a masked drawer accessed by a finger pull. Designed by Susan Orfald.
Dining in style can also be flexible with the two extending leaves in this table. Stained quarter sawn oak compliments the kitchen while setting itself apart with corner inlay details. Designed by Susan Orfald.
Designed in harmony with the dining table, the face frame quarter sawn oak buffet acts as the perfect piece of accent furniture. Designed by Susan Orfald.
Keeping with the espresso shaker cabinetry, the dining area features two tall bookshelf cabinets, offering the perfect backdrop to the monochromatic dining table. Designed by Susan Orfald.
The armoire shown here seamlessly transitions the space from foyer to kitchen while serving as a more upscale version of a traditional entrance closet. Designed by Susan Orfald.
A main floor armoire such as this elegantly stores long coats along with shelf space above & drawer space below. This is a darkly stained cherry piece created in Hutton Bielmann Design’s own "Opus II" style. Designed by Susan Orfald.
Greeting you as you arrive, this front entry armoire reflects the style & finishes found in the nearby kitchen & study. Designed by Philip Bielmann.
Customized details, such as the lion heads, can be included to give it your own personal touch. Designed by Philip Bielmann.
Traditional in style & functional by design, the home administration desk located across the kitchen is ideal for multitasking. Designed by Philip Bielmann.
Now located in Philip's home office, the desk & accompanying credenza seen here were once part of our display booth at the London Home & Garden Show years past. Designed by Philip Bielmann.
Transitioning the space from kitchen to family room stands the home administration desk. Mirroring the black, worn through finish found in the island & powder room, the dark tones offer a cohesive appearance that distinguishes its own place. Designed by Susan Orfald.
Located in the back hall, this desk creates a touchdown spot & less formal work space than their large home office. The design was inspired by a photo the client provided, then customized with the painted finish, turned legs, & a framed bulletin board connecting the upper & base portions. Designed by Susan Orfald.