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  1. Twin Curio Cabinets

    Twin matching curio cabinets constructed from 4/4 poplar. 54×72x20, both of these have tempered glass shelving and panels. All molding and trim are custom as well. Each includes a wifi-controlled light that can dim to match the clients preferences. 3 step finish process was used including...
  2. Cherry Corner Cabinet

    I started this corner cabinet maybe three years ago and finally just got all of the divided lights and glass shelves installed. Its loosely based off of a cabinet I saw on The Woodwrights' Shop, which is in turn based off of a classic cabinet located in the metropolitan museum of art. The upper...
  3. Cherry China Cabinet

    Some of you may remember the wood gloat I had a year ago and the cost to me was to build a Cherry China Cabinet for a wedding gift. Here it is. The drawer sides are made from hard maple and the inlaid Zs are walnut. All this wood came out of the same wood lot and I built a solar kiln to dry all...
  4. Pipe "East wind"

    Pear, beech, mahogany, amber, mammoth tusk. 30 cm 2010
  5. My First Puzzle

    Found this pattern on Steve Good's site and wanted to make it for my niece's grandson who is just about 18 months old or so. Used some extra red oak plywood for the puzzle itself and then routed/carved out the backer from the inside of a board I was already using for routing practice. I placed...
  6. China Cabinet Wine Storage

    Hey all, It's been a while, and this is what I have to show for it. This is an 11' 6" oak china cab for a customer of mine. The right cab holds a 75 bottle wine cooler and some glasses, the two racks hold 120 bottles. There are 8 1watt LED lights in the wine racks, 8 1 watt LED's in the hutch...
  7. China Cabinet

    This project took five weeks from start to completion on 2-2-10. Sides and upper and lower sections are oak plywood. Face frames and door frames are solid oak. Finish is cherry stain and three coats of satin poly. Construction notes: Upper cabinet back is 3/4" plywood. I ripped 5 1/2"...
  8. carved pine China Cabinet

    part of kitchen cabinets set i built. china cabinet was intended to be a stand alone piece of furniture for display on top and spice storage on bottom. built of pine with carved rising sun motif on both top and bottom. brackets were cut on the bandsaw, carved and sanded into shape. color was...
  9. China Hutch

    -THE PIECE This piece was originally designed to be two separate pieces. The base was designed as a buffet that could be used as a serving area, while the top was designed to be mounted separately as a wall cabinet. The two were to flow together and complement each other using the open space...
  10. Weekend Work Bench

    This is my version of the weekend work bench, of course it took allot longer then a weekend. Its made of pressure treated because I have many 2×8 CCA's from taking decks down for friends and family. It has an end vice made from bar clamps, the pictures show the foot treadle that releases the...
  11. mesquite tap handle and keezer

    First off, a keezer is a kegerator made from a chest freezer. I added a collar for extra depth for my 5 gallon corny kegs and fermentor. The tap handle is mesquite and maple glued with waterproof glue and turned on the lathe. now I just need to brew some tasty ale.
  12. Mahogony China Cabinet

    I got into woodworking while stationed in Honduras. The base had a nice moral program including a woodshop, hammock making, and wicker furniture. It provided $300 worth of materiel for whichever one you choose to do. I always wanted to try woodworking, but never could afford to buy any of the...
  13. China Cabinet using recycled antique sash

    We designed and built this china cabinet around the center sash the client provided for us. I guess it belonged to a neighbor of their parents where they grew up. Small details like this make a custom house CUSTOM.
  14. Naughty (Knotty) Refined Rustic White Oak & Black Walnut China Hutch, Antler Handles, Antique Glass

    This is my entry in the "A Knot Like No Other" category for the Winter Lumberjock woodworking Competition. Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 Photo 6 Project Story: I have a hard time choosing one knot that is special on this project though. I suppose the story behind the knot...
  15. The Birch China Cabinet; The Crazy Story of How I Quit My Corporate Office Job To Be A Woodworker

    This was a commissioned piece, and was sold in 1997. You can see more of this project at - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Project Story: The year was 1997. My first major furniture commission, this Birch China Hutch, was the important start to my...
  16. China Cabinet/Shelving

    Built this wall cabinet for my wife to display her fancy china. It's made of Tas Oak with mitred biscuit joined corners. The shelves sit in a dado. I had to use putty to fill my joins as the 2 shelves were a tad short and I clamped the sides a tad too far forcing the mitres open a little...
  17. Family Furniture Revived

    Where to start? First would be that this china hutch belonged to my grandparents, dad remembers them getting it second hand sometime in the early 1940's. My father acquired the hutch after the death of his father in late 1960's. To his knowledge his father did not repair where joints were...
  18. China Hutch

    Here is my newest project. It is s 3 door mission buffet & hutch. It is built from Red Oak with quarter sawn oak for the door panels. The finish is Boiled Linseed oil and wipe on poly. The person i built it for has a recess in her dining room that it will sit in. That is why the side is flush...
  19. Excalibur Murphy Bed | Custom

    This a Murphy bed that was completed on 10-31-2007. It is our Excalibur style, which has become one of the more favorite style. It was built form Alder wood, which has also become very popular. The flute molding on the sides are what make this a very attractive Murphy bed. This fluted...
  20. Wifes Hutch

    My dining room is typical of a ranch home. My wife was tired of bumping into our china cabinet and it was getting to be a huge inconvenience. After looking at various websites and getting ideas I did more research and found this site. I found Member Kevin Depies's design and lucky for me he...
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