From bathrooms to mantles to kitchen cabinets, cabinetry by Mark Newman Design in Wood elevates your space.

Function and beauty go hand in hand in our cabinetry.

 Pearl District  2 Story Walk-Up

Dining Room – This beautifully detailed art display shelf has many layers of texture and folded shapes.

Living Room – We created this multi-functional piece to divide the living room from the dining room. It also functions as a stereo cabinet, a fireplace mantle, storage space, and a mood light.

Bedroom – This master bedroom belongs to an ER doc who works nights. The panels that roll on brass tracks over the window seats make the room as dark as night, or, when not in use, disappear into pockets in the jatoba paneling. The maple fronts of the window seats are storage cabinet doors.

Built and installed by Mark Newman and designed by architect Jeff Lamb

Pearl District Condo

Dining Room   – We built the wood and glass shelving over the fireplace, and the wall/ceiling canopy. The wood is jatoba, and the two colors are achieved by using a stain and a clear finish.

Second picture: The glass panel, and the box under the L-shaped nightstand is a drawer, designed by architect Jeff Lamb

Third picture: This is a visionary piece that ties the bureau with the fireplace. There is also a TV pull out hidden in the shelving unit.

Fourth/fifth picture: We also built the wenge vanity and Imbuya screen in the powder room

In partnership with Lamb Design Studio

Damien Lillard Trophy Room

We built cabinetry for Damien Lillard’s trophy room to display memorabilia. We also used the basketball court floors for the counter tops to create a unique and personalized experience.

Collaboration with Nichol Murphy Interiors

Von Schlegele Cabinetry 


These six walnut boxes separate the dining room with pass-through to the kitchen (foreground), the stairway and powder room with louvered wall at the head of the stairs (middle), and the entry with display shelving, bench, and coat closet (furthest).

We also built kitchen cabinetry for this home.

In collaboration with Allied Works Architecture​ and Don Tankersley and Co.​