Custom Corbels, Siding, Flooring, Lintels, Window Frames
Custom Architectural Millwork for Private Residence
This is a beautiful, private home for which Sterling Millworks created all of the custom millwork for a major restoration project. Tom worked closely with the architect and homeowner to fabricate all of the corbels, siding, flooring, lintels, window frames, and every other interior and exterior component which required custom millwork.
Custom Furniture Components
National Museum of African American History and Culture
The National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) is a Smithsonian Institution museum established in December 2003. The museum’s building, designed by David Adjaye, is on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. It has close to 37,000 objects in its collection related to such subjects as community, family, the visual and performing arts, religion, civil rights, slavery, and segregation.
Sterling Millworks was hired by Kiwi Custom Carpentry to mill all of the parts used to construct seating inside the museum.
Photo credit: Alan Karchmer/NMAAHC
Custom Siding, Flooring, Molding and Architectural Elements
Historic Chelsea House
Built in the late eighteenth century, rebuilt circa 1830, Chelsea is a two-story, hip-roof frame house with a bracketed cornice and a combination of Federal and Greek Revival interior trim. The small Federal house was purchased by the Berry family in the 1790s, and enlarged and renovated a generation later. It remained in the Berry family until 1917. The name derives from the tract known as Chelsea patented in 1671. The house is currently under restoration.
Since 2011, the Kettering Largo Mitchellville Boys & Girls Club has been in a partnership with Maryland Parks & Planning to renovate the Historic Chelsea House to serve as their new club house. Sterling Millworks has fabricated much of the siding, flooring, moldings and architectural elements used throughout the building's interior and exterior renovations.
Photo credit: Kettering-Largo-Mitchellville Boys & Girls Club
Custom moldings and architectural elements
U.S. Capitol Building
The U.S. Capitol Building is among the most architecturally impressive and symbolically important buildings in the world. It has housed the meeting chambers of the Senate and the House of Representatives for over two centuries. Begun in 1793 under Pres. George Washington, the U.S. Capitol has been built, burnt, rebuilt, extended, and restored. Today, it stands as a monument not only to its builders but also to the American people and their government.
The Architect of the Capitol hired Sterling Millworks to faithfully reproduce historic, colonial moldings and architectural elements.
Solid Mahogany Door, Transom, Sidelights and Casings
Luxury Home Entrance
Sterling Millworks was hired to fabricate a custom mahogany entrance for this high-end home including extra thick, solid mahogany entrance doors, sidelights, curved transom, and matching interior and exterior casings. We worked with the homeowner, architect, and master carpenter to meet their exact specifications.
Custom Door, Hardwood Flooring & Railings
Architect’s Custom Home
An architect from Jacksonville, Florida hired Sterling Millworks to fabricate custom wood millwork for his home including a solid mahogany entrance door with sidelights, interior hardwood flooring, and custom railings.
Custom Molding Reproductions
Dirksen Senate Office Building
The Dirksen Senate Office Building is the second office of three buildings for members of the United States Senate in Washington, D.C. Constructed in 1956, the building was renovated during 1999–2000 under the auspices of the Architect of the Capitol, who at the time was Alan M. Hantman, FAIA. Day-to-day supervision of the project was carried out by Assistant Architect Michael G. Turnbull, FAIA.
Sterling Millworks was hired to reproduce many of the custom moldings used throughout the building's renovation.
Photo credit: Senate Photography Studio
Exterior Wood Siding
Boat House & Pavillion
Sterling Millworks was hired to mill mahogany and red grandis for a custom boat house and water's edge pavillion. When building on or near the water, we recommend species that are weather and insect resistant. The dark wood is tongue and groove mahogany with a bevel. The light wood is red grandis, a versatile, fast-growing, sustainable hardwood that is both durable and resistant to insects. Both are tropical woods that are excellent for outdoor projects.
St. Andrew’s Church
St. Andrew’s Church was built in 1766 in California, Maryland. It is considered to be among the most unusual of Maryland colonial churches by virtue of its twin west towers embellished by brick quoin, the inset portico, the two convex tapering columns, the palladian or venetian window, the fluted lonic interior columns the two-level gallery, and the reredos. Tom Moore of Sterling Millworks restored the building and recreated custom architectural elements, mouldings, and doors to maintain historical accuracy.
Sotterley Plantation is a historic landmark plantation house in Hollywood, St. Mary’s County, Maryland. It is a long 1-1⁄2-story, nine-bay frame building, covered with wide, beaded clapboard siding and wood shingle roof, overlooking the Patuxent River. It was once the home of George Plater (1735–1792), the sixth Governor of Maryland, and Herbert L. Satterlee (1863-1947), a New York business lawyer and son-in-law of J.P. Morgan. Sotterley was declared a National Historic Landmark in 2000.
Sterling Millworks produced exterior beaded siding, structural and architectural elements for restoration on the building exteriors.
All Faith Church
All Faith Church is an historic church located at Charlotte Hall, St. Mary's County, Maryland built between 1766 and 1769. It is a one-story brick, laid in Flemish bond, building with a wood shingle roof. It is one of the best examples of preserved Georgian ecclesiastical design and construction in St. Mary's County. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.
Tom Moore of Sterling Millworks restored the building's interior and recreated fluted columns and other architectural elements.
Villa de Sales, Carriage House, and Stables
Villa de Sales is a High Victorian Gothic home in Aquasco, MD with adjacent carriage house and stable building—the last of its kind in Prince Georges County. Built in 1877, these structures were painstakingly restored by Tom Moore of Sterling Millworks and are now home to Villa de Alpacas Farm’s Fiber Studio.