Above: This is one of the offices adjacent to the law library in the Georgia State Capitol building. All moulding (crown, chair rail, base, and hand rails), and under-window credenzas were made with red oak, with profiles to match the existing woodwork in the Capitol building.
Below: The doors, door casings and all trim in the library itself (including the curved base in the alcove below).
Once the trim and the offices were done, it was a matter of using the same profiles to make these sturdy and gorgeous bookcases.
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