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  1. Walnut Vanity and Top

    This is my first commissioned piece, well the first of any real significance, and a lumberjocks first for me. The clients wanted a new vanity with a wood top. They already had the sinks picked out and it had to fit with them. It also had to have more storage than the previous vanity. The old...
  2. The obligatory house project we all have to face. Redoing cabinets.

    Fall 16 to Spring 17 It seems like I've been away from this site for ages. Well it all started last fall when I drew up a nice little Stickley display case for DVD's, nicknacks and the such when I heard the LOML utter the project changing words of "You need to do something about this now!"...
  3. Rustic Bathroom Cabinets

    Most of you have seen these in my blog, but I figured it was time to make them an official project. Three piece collection including a vanity, window wall, and medicine cabinet using distressed alder, willow twigs, pine logs, and maple carvings. The vanity has a twig magazine holder built into...
  4. oak and walnut kitchen with shaker style doors

    The doors are made out of white oak with mdf veneered panels. The worktop is black walnut and some of it has also been used to add interest to the tall cupboard end panels. Black walnut was also used for the draw fronts. The washing machine, dishwasher, tumbler dryer, fridge and freezer are...
  5. Custom Pantry Cabinets

    Sorry, all you have to do is tilt your heas to the left. Anyways when the cabinets were connected they were 7 feet long 6 feet tall, and 17 inches deep. The shelfs were 11 inches deep, allowing for 5 inch door shelfs. This enabled her to see what was on all the shelfs. The door shelfs were her...
  6. Before the table saw and taking over the whole garage!

    What hooked me back in was making up these cabinets for my wife's scrapbooking habit, I mean hobby. Made out in the driveway mostly with straight edge and circular saw with a steel plywood blade. I put them on wheels, but I would have been better off to use ALL the vertical space where they...
  7. Bathroom

    This is our master bath. Built in 1980. The tongue and groove paneling is made from Aspen. The rest of the woodwork is Pine. All of our house is a custom blend stain with a lacquer finish. Sure is nice to own a raised panel door shop. The shutters are lattice with fabric inserts behind.
  8. SketchUp stains and Dirty Laundry

    Project time in the shop has been limited this summer between outside chores, hot temperatures and learning how to use Sketch-Up. A month or so back, the washer died and so we bought a new washer and dryer. When we moved into the house 4 years ago, we agreed that I would upgrade the laundry...
  9. Dining Room Cabinets

    My first real project after practicing my woodworking skills was to make dining room cabinets. The Blog Took measurements of the width of the room and felt I could make six cabinets on the wall and six base cabinets. I decided to make four of the wall cabinets with glass doors. I made the...
  10. Cherry Toy box

    This is a Cherry Toybox i just finished for my son's 3rd birthday. The sides and front are panel and frame construction with mdf core ply for the recessed panels. Cabinet grade ply for the bottom and back. The legs are offset from the face 1/8" to create a shadow line, I biscuit jointed them to...
  11. Master Bath Cabinets

    This is my first real project. It all began a few years ago when my wife and I wanted to redo our master bathroom, and we didn't want to pay what we considered to be very high prices for custom cabinets. So, after a few years of acquiring (most of) the right tools, watching videos, reading a...
  12. Oak entertainment center

    Custom cabinets for a client. Basic oak plywood carcasses. Pocket hole face frames. Nothing fancy but sure is solid.
  13. Shop Cabinets

    This design evolved from an article in the November 1984 issue of Popular Mechanics magazine. However, I decided to enlarge the tool units and use glass doors instead of solid plywood as shown in that article. This was my first major piece of shop furniture to be designed and built after I...
  14. Dual Miter Saw Workbench w/DC

    So I realized that I never got to post this as a project, and figured I would finally add it. Part of me was waiting for the day that I got to add drawers, but, as life sometimes goes I haven't had the chance to build the drawers yet. So anyways, here it is! This was built for our high school...
  15. Bungalow Style Kitchen Cabinet

    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...
  16. Vanity Cabinets

    These 3 different cabinets are for a customer who wanted paint grade vanity cabinets. The first 2 cabinet pics are for the master bath 21" deep and 34 1/2" tall 47" wide, along with the 4th which are for a make-up area. The pair of cabinets are 15" deep, 16"wide and 29" tall. The 3rd pic is...
  17. Green and Green inspired kitchen cabinets

    We remodeled our kitchen at our cabin following the G&G cloud-lift design. The cabinets euro design and are made of hickory with ebony stained pegs. The wood was reclaimed from solid alder doors that were in a warehouse fire.
  18. Wine Cellar

    Thank goodness, I did not have to stain this! We built this room out of low grade cherry and red birch plywood. The two different types of racking were kind of tedious, but once the jigs were set up it wasn't too bad. The worst part about this job, it was about 75 miles north of our shop and...
  19. salvaged wood wall unit

    made from salvaged pine beams lightly planed and sanded for rough aged look cabinets on bottom for storage fireplace surround is waiting for stone veneer to be finished www.SHAUNKILLMAN.com
  20. Box for Grandma

    I made this box out of 3/4 red oak for my grandmother. This was my first box and my first inlay. I just started woodworking this year and I am learning a lot with every project. I would like to take a few classes but need to save up in order to take them (I've been spending all my money on new...
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