WILLIAM B SCHREITZ CABINETMAKER

   

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Facia &Trim St. Annes Steeple Clocks, Annapolis

  The transition from design to reality is a collaborative process. Clearly fine craftsmanship on the part of the cabinetmaker is essential to success. No less important, however, is attention to form and function at the very beginning of a project. Our projects typically begin with a ‘brain-storming' session that includes the client, the designer, and the cabinetmaker. It is in this creative environment, where ideas are freely shared, that an optimal design can best evolve. Our goal is a design that is consistent with the client's wishes and the realities of fabrication. We further encourage the client and the designer to visit the shop as the work progresses and to continue to be a part of the process.

 
     

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In this historic home, the original wall and fireplace offered little space for either storage or display. The design of these truly custom cabinets was enhanced by both the artistic and practical suggestions by the client.

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The Middleton Tavern is an historic Annapolis landmark. The new bar we built in 1983, designed by the architect Gary Schwerzler, is a blend of the old world craftsmanship, natural wood, and elegant design. The client wanted cabinetry that reflected the historic and continuous use of the building. Using natural wood, without stain, allowed the cabinetry to deepen in color over the first eight months, producing a warm, clear finish that would draw less attention to wear & tear and require less complicated re-finishing in the cabinetry's long future.

   

MISSION STATEMENT

William B Schreitz Cabinetmaker, located in the Annapolis Design District, is a cohesive team of experienced craftsmen that produce fine designcustom cabinetry in wood.  Through careful attention to form, function and detail, the firm has been meeting the needs of discerning residential & commercial clients from primarily the Maryland,Virginia & Washington DC  region since 1983.   Bill Schreitz,  President of WBS Inc

   

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The shop is open for work at 8:00 am and closes at 4:00pm on weekdays. 

The shop is located in the heart of the Annapolis Design District within an hour's drive from Washington DC, Alexandria VA, and Baltimore MD at 1806 Virginia Street, Annapolis, Maryland.

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