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I detailed the construction of this kitchen cabinet extensively in my blog

However, I never posted it as a project.

Materials:
Faceframe, doors, and drawers: Recycled Douglas Fir resawn from old house beams
Carcasse: Vertical Grain Fir Plywood.
Brass hardware and all Slotted Screws

Construction
Faceframe : Pocket Screws.
Carcasse: Biscuits.
Drawers: Dovetailed

Finish
Minwax Red Mahogany Stain
Shellac (de-waxed)
Minwax Wipe on Poly

Hardware:
Brass Hinges and Latches. Crown City Hardware
Brass Bin Pulls Van ********************'s Restorer

Finally installed but awaiting pull-outs.

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I remember the blog. Great work as always!
 

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Really looks great, John. Can't wait to see the rest of the kitchen.
 

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Great job John. Nice to see it in the project stage.
 

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Looks great - good work!
 

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This is a beautiful cabinet! The stained wood looks very uniform. This piece has a very warm tone to it. Nice work!
 

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High quality cabinet work. You have every reason to be proud of them. You won't find the likes of them at your local Home Despot.
 

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Beautiful work. FIR is some beautiful wood and perfect for the arts and crafts style.
 

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Thanks guys. I appreciated all of your support during the sometimes frantic construction as well.
 

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Again this is great woodworking Giz!

How's school this year?
 

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Good Panama, but it is harder to get out to the shop during the week.
 

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Thanks Bill.
 

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Nice job, Giz!
 

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Thanks Tom.
 

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If you were in my neck of the woods I would hire you. You do really nice work.
 

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Thanks Todd. That means very a lot coming from someone with our skills.

Hopefully when I finish all of my house projects, I will hire myself out. Then I can retire from teaching to my second career. (In about 20 years).
 

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Nice cabinet. I like how so many LJs use recycled wood. There's no such thing as scrap.
 
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