Definition of millwork
: woodwork (such as doors, sashes, or trim) manufactured at a mill
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Merritt has multiple fabrication plants around the country specializing in architectural millwork.
James Knighton, chief of staff for the MTA, had ordered furniture, wall coverings, millwork and window coverings for the agency administrator's office in downtown Baltimore.
Open to the kitchen is the spacious family room with vaulted ceilings and added millwork on ceiling, gas log fireplace, and built-in cabinetry.
An opulent dining room with an antique chandelier, a reading room accented with lavish millwork, a spacious living room, three gas fireplaces, and a butler’s way on the main floor, all exude elegance and charm.
Robinson used sliding millwork panels to give homeowners in Atlanta’s Piedmont Heights neighborhood the opportunity to close off spaces when needed.
The Nicolai-Cake-Olson House, which now has the basement apartment, was built for Harry Nicolai, whose family ran the city's largest millwork company.
Other features include 7½ baths, mahogany paneling, millwork throughout, eight fireplaces, an elevator and a 570-square-foot gazebo.
There are seven fireplaces, along with other classic Victorian elements such as stained and leaded glass, working pocket doors, a sweeping staircase and striking oak millwork in nearly every room.
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