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  1. Computer station Backsplash

    I made a backsplash for my computer desk. It is mounted on a french cleat which allows for easy removal if needed. I made this so I could mount my monitor to the wall, while hiding wires. So, I needed a way to do that without cutting chunks out of the wall. The Bolts up top are for both show...
  2. Kitchen Counter Trim and Glaze Coat

    A few years ago, I experimented with tiling the top of our counter top. I used travertine, (which is a form of limestone), due to its resemblance to marble at a cost far less. Unfortunately, travertine is relatively soft and after a few years started to become pitted around the sink area. I...
  3. Tile backsplash

    My wife wanted something different as a backsplash above our oven. I did the main splash as a checkerboard look and found some black border tiles to create a frame around the open oven area. I broke up the black and white tiles into random shapes and sizes and just started placing them in like...
  4. BYU Cutting Board

    In 1906 the students at Brigham Young University had an ambitious plan to put the letters B Y and U up on the mountainside. They started with the Y and it took so much effort that the other two letters were abandoned and BYU has been nicknamed "The Y" ever since. This cutting board also took a...
  5. Walnut Vanity with Live Edge Backsplash and ebony Inlays

    The vanity is floating on a french cleat and made from walnut. The backsplash is a 2" thick walnut slab with ebony bowtie inlays. The apron is a compound miter to give a clean look. Watch it be made onYouTube You can see more info on my Custom Furniture Website Walnut Vanity with Live Edge...
  6. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I have been reading about how to install my dust collector and the piping/duct work. I read several place that "plastic" piping should not be used because of the static electricity concern. I was planing on using ABS or PVC. Is this a real concern? What is your experience? What do you think...
  7. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I am building this bedroom set, and currently finishing the nightstands. I was planning on installing the plain backsplash, but my wife isn't so sure. Can you help us decide? The dressers are already complete. Plain backsplash… - - - - - No backsplash… - - - - - or the Wedge and Strap...
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