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  1. Floating Shelf Project

    Floating Shelves. My son asked me to make him some shelving for his TV room; something sort of modern and minimalist. These were made from a recycled hollow core closet door. I cut the door down the middle, exposing the innards. Then I cut back the cardboard webbing inside, and glued and...
  2. New Closet Doors

    About 2 years ago we decided to remove the ugly large heavy mirrored doors form our closet. The closet opening was basically 8ft by 8 ft, but the doors only let you open a 30" opening at a time. So we lived with a curtain covering the closet, it looked ok and was functional in allowing access...
  3. Farmhouse Style French Doors

    These are some french doors that I made for my daughter's closet to replace crappy bifold doors. You can see the video of how I built them Here
  4. Bifold Closet Doors

    When we built our home, we framed out closets which were not a standard size. We couldn't purchase custom-sized doors to match our six-panel doors so I finally managed to build them. The closet openings are approximately 42" x 80". All the oak was cut and milled off our land and air-dried. I...
  5. Closet doors, ash

    A pair of high and narrow closet doors made of ash. The basic idea of this design came from Boris Beaulant's project: Modern Oak Kitchen . I simply extended the height and divided the door into 5/6 pieces. Connection between rails and stiles are made with dominoes. Only the bottom part of each...
  6. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I posted this question on the refurbishing site this morning and thought I might ask it here too. I am starting a new project this weekend and was wondering if anyone out there has ever done this and if you have any pointers about things I may run into. I covered up my hall closet and opened...
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