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  1. Bathroom Cabinet (my first cabinet)

    We are in the process of remodeling our bathroom and were looking at cabinets to replace the old 1960 cabinet that came with the house (see the last picture). But since there was nothing nice or the right size in our price range I thought, I'll just make one myself. So this is my first attempt...
  2. Bathroom cabinet remake

    The original bathroom cabinet was made from heavily damp damaged particle board and needed to be replaced. I came up with the idea to reuse the mirrors, backing board and internal hardware and make replicas of the particle board items from a more durable kind of wood. I chose to work with...
  3. Aloha, Curly Style

    My last project talked about the beauty of straight grain. Just so I can appease the wild grain crowd, here is a beautiful example of Curly Koa. Finish again is BLO after 12k sanding, Hut PPP wax as top coat.
  4. Bathroom Cabinet

    This is a small, but functional cabinet I have above the toilet in my house. It is made with 3/4 oak ply for the cabinet, solid oak raised panel doors and trimmed in oak. As with most of my projects it is finished with 2 coats of Polycrylic.
  5. Bathroom Wall Cabinet

    After completing our bathroom vanity earlier this year, I made a wall cabinet to match. I originally planned to have the mirror on the outside of the cabinet with the door hinged on the right so I could see into the mirror on the opposite wall for fixing the back of my hair. Thankfully, I have...
  6. Solid pine vanity

    This started as a gift idea for my father's new house. After setting on a design, I went for 16/4 knotty pine sized down to 3¾" that I used for the legs, upper and lower rails on all four sides and the middle rail on the front to give it a massive and rustic look. The funny thing with wood that...
  7. Knots are not a reason not to use it.

    Another old project but, without a workshop right now, I'm living on past glories as I browse through some 35mm slides (yes, it's that old). So a friend wanted a "rustic" cabinet for his bathroom and showed me his antique oak table as a guide. I found some scrappy stuff at the lumber yard and...
  8. Bathroom Cabinets

    I built this medicine chest and wall storage cabinet for my bathroom. The drawer in the wall cabinet is hand dove-tailed.
  9. bathroom cabinet

    i made this cabinet when we built our home, its made with antique heart pine , all the jointery is mortise and tenon , all the doors are mortise and tenon, i made it a little higher then standard so i didnt have to stoop for the sink, it a free standing unit and could be removed easily if...
  10. Bathroom Cabinet

    My latest project was this bathroom cabinet. The cabinet was designed to fit into the bathroom in the shop. The overall measurements are 32" tall by 28" wide by 8" deep. The idea behind the cabinet was to build it with the available cutoffs and lumber I already had onhand. The cabinet was...
  11. Woodworking Skill Share
    I've got a small bathroom with a 28.5" "alcove" where the toilet sits. I'd like to put a cabinet above the toilet. I'm thinking that since the space is so narrow - that instead of making a cabinet that I should just attach runners along the wall and attach a face frame to the runners - to make...
  12. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hey All, I just wanted to pass along a tip I learned awhile back from one of the Wood Whisperer videos that worked really well for me when trying to mill some 9" wide bloodwood that was cupped on one side. It worked really well for me. Here's what I did: 1) Remove the jointer guard. 2) Run 9"...
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