Cabinetmakers are methodical and meticulous.
They are not artists. Their extensive knowledge is
mainly the result of a lifetime of scholarly commitment.
They need to thoroughly understand wood and master
countless, often intricate techniques used to shape
lumber and bring pieces to life. They must also have
a very comprehensive knowledge of joinery, the ability
to select joints which will endure for years, and
a highly discerning judgement on proportions and furniture