Architectural Woodwork as defined by the New England School of Architectural Woodwork is:

“…all the wood exposed to view when the building is completed.  This includes residential and commercial cabinetry (kitchens, baths, storage, offices, closets), doors, windows, stairs, paneling, trim, and shelving.  Almost everything made of wood, built into or attached to the interior of a building.”

The use of Architectural Millwork here incorporates the above definition as well as the use of plastic laminates common in today’s building environment.