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  1. My take on the Twisted Bookcase

    Step one: Acquire raw materials (pallets) for free. Step two: Break them down and rough mill the wood. Step three: Glue ups. Step four: Initial assembly. Step five: Completion.
  2. Dimensional Furniture- Bookcase 1

    Well here it is the 3rd piece in my office suite. I learned a lot on this piece especially about production type building as I have all the pieces cut and ready to go for number 2, I cut everything at the same time and hope to get it assembled soon. Like all the other pieces in my office it is...
  3. Bookcase/End Tables | Custom

    Completed on 09-10-2007, this is an end table designed to be multi-functional. It can be used to hold books, stereo, television, VCR or anything else. One of the pair built is pictured here. The customer will use it to hold stereo components. It will be placed on either side of their...
  4. Bookcase

    My asked for a bookcase for his apartment. All the wood was pine from the big box store. Pocket hole construction mocha stain and wipe on poly.
  5. Bookcase

    My first project, a large bookcase made from American oak, No glue - slots together and finished with wax oil.
  6. Bookcase

    This is a book shelf I built for my office. It took me about 2 months to build because of everything that kept coming up to keep me from working on it. I was so glad to finally finish. My son helped me move it to my office last night at 10 p.m. Sorry about the "side ways" pics. I rotated...
  7. Barrister bookcases

    My wife has always wanted a set of barrister bookcases. I always wanted to be a lawyer. Well, one of us got what we wanted. Just as well, because if I were a lawyer, I would probably have even less time to spend in the woodshop. I wanted to put a little accent on the red oak, so instead of...
  8. Stickley style double bookcase No. 719

    I've been working on this thing for close to forever, but it's finally done. First time I've built doors. The carcass of the bookcase is 1-1/8-inch quartersawn wood; the back is made up of individually splined 3/4-inch boards. Dimensions: 60 inches wide, 55 inches tall, 13 inches deep. The...
  9. Secret Door Bookcase

    Knotty Alder hidden room behind bookcase.. Sherwin Williams BAC stain (mission oak ). I used a Matt finish. (Dull rubbed with additional flattening agent to reduce sheen). Customer loved it. Me too
  10. Oak Fireplace mantle/ Bookcase

    Anderson's whole house gut and remodel project. Simple mission style details, 5/4" solid oak top and face frame. The top was designed to be the exact height as the window sill. We covered the ugly brick hearth and fireplace surround with black, satin finished, absolute granite. Wired...
  11. Bookcase Built-In

    December 2010 - Poplar/MDF - 138"w X 95"t X 24"d
  12. Mahogany Bookcase

    Built this for my oldest daughter about 3 months ago. it is built out of 8/4, 4/4 african mahogany and mahogany ply. I really didnt want to stain it but she wanted it darker so i used red mahogany stain and around 5 coats of wipe on poly. Tapered legs were kinda inspired by Darrell Peart's...
  13. Bullock 0509 | Custom

    The is a Murphy Wall Bed that was completed in May 2009. It is the Bullock style murphy bed with raised panel doors as the face panel. This one was built at a 20" depth instead of the normal 16". This allowed a 5" flip up shelf to be added in the headboard. It also allowed me to cope around...
  14. Murphy Bed Two Years in the Making | Custom

    This bed that was completed in August 2011 is my Contempo style. This order was actually placed in 2009. It started out as my baseball bed locker murphy bed. I actually built parts of it in 2009 and couldn't get a hold of the customer to find out some more details. Not getting in touch with...
  15. Tall Bookcase

    Maple bookcase tinted real dark with a water-based aniline dye to match living room.
  16. Cherry Shaker Style Bookcase

    My first lumberjocks project. This case is pictured with the final coat(hopefully) of poly. It took a little over a month to complete and that was working everyday in the morning for a few hours before work at 2 pm. This is also my first comissioned piece. I guess i could be considered a pro now...
  17. Bookshelf/ Quilt Hanger with storage

    I ended up needing a place to hang the matching quilt from our bedding in the nursery and realized that I needed a place to store teddy bears and books so I decided to build a matching quilt hanger/ bookshelf to match the other furniture I built. I looked online for inspiration and couldn't find...
  18. Murphy Bed/Desk Ross | Custom

    This is a Murphy bed that was completed in July 2010. I'm a little late on posting projects; we've been very busy the last few months and couldn't devote any attention away from building. This is my Ross version with solid raised panel (false) doors on the front. We added a couple bookcases...
  19. Great Bookcase

    This a bookcase made of solid Walnut and Walnut veneer. Custom was the understatement here. The client has great taste and wanted something unique for their great room. When we first saw the drawings we did not know how we were going to make the solid dome in the top section. We have done many...
  20. Triple Threat

    Since I don't have a digital camera or a life, I stuffed three projects into one photo: 1) a morris chair and ottoman (and I'll bet you can't tell I did the sewing for the cushion covers), 2) the bookcase, and 3) the clock on the bookcase. The chair and ottoman were made from dimensional...
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