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  1. Commercial Bar with wall panels

    This is a project I completed a few years ago. For some unknown reason, the completed pictures with the top and mirrors installed, have gone AWOL. This is in a development in Lexington, MI. Edit/Update: Was at this development, building some restaurant table tops and took some photos of the...
  2. Cherry Hall Mirror

    Here's another mirror in my "journey in wood". After an oak and sapele mirror this one is cherry. I built it for my sister as a house warming gift. I'm working on a walnut one for my mother currently. The finish is a Minwax Cherrywood gel stain. This was my first time using a gel stain. It...
  3. Maple Coutertop with Quilted Front

    I work at a Salon in Central Phoenix. We just remodeled and I built the bar area for the clients to have refreshments at. It's a ~9+ ft. long, 20" wide", 2" thick maple countertop with a 3.5" quilted maple front. It's sitting on a birch plywood shelf I bolted to the wall I framed. It also has L...
  4. Bookcase/TV stand

    So we moved into a new home that has a bar in the basement complete with an entertainment area. Lots of boxes filled with books and nowhere to put the TV. So the solution was to create a TV stand in the corner with a bookcase on both sides. Simple construction, 3 - 4'X4' sheets of 3/4" plywood...
  5. One of my few commercial sign orders

    This customer decided to paint and finish the sign himself. Saved me a lot of time and him a lot of money. Works for me. This top sign is one single sassafras board, 20 some inches wide and almost 4 ft long.
  6. Fairy Door

    Well everyone, I have seen fairy doors on LJ from time to time and I thought my little girl would love to have one of these in her room. This one is made out of Maple, Walnut and Lace wood for the door. I distressed all the material with a dremel to give it an aged and magical look. I dadoed in...
  7. 1960's ambrosia maple lava lamp vase

    you 1960's ers…will love this!!! an ambrosia maple lava lamp vase!!...we all remember these ..so thought I would make one…not bad..not turned but again done with the ring master…gray ambrosian maple..not my favorite but did turn out well…black inlay to accent..all of my projects are for sale...
  8. Pestle - a cooking device... and a gift.

    Pestle a cooking device… and a gift. I never heard of this tool before, but when Jim made a post where he gave us his best recipe's, Mike / Littlecope told about this tool and how he used to use one of these - and also that if he had a lathe he would make himself one. So I could not stand the...
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  9. Fynnn's Saddle Shop..... Front Office

    Last fall, I was at Flynn's Saddle Shop in Boise, Idaho. I dropped off a portfolio and discussed having the business show case some of my saddles.The manager of the western department was agreeable to that and I left the portfolio with one of the owner's wives. I also learned that they were just...
  10. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hey LJs . .. There is going to be a project in my future where I will be building and installing interior hardwood stairs and railing. Its going to be a straight run of stairs. Installing the railing is a real mystery to me. DW did some pricing and the cheapest she could find was $58 per...
  11. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Did not know they were filming at the Lumberjock picnic…lol
  12. Woodworking Skill Share
    Of the many woodworkers on this site we must have hundreds of methods and therapies to making the "perfect finish". So I was pondering to know… What is your most preferred and why?
  13. Marketplace Classifieds
    This Machine Has Been SOLD 1988 Felder BF5 41 & F3A Located In Asheville, NC Local Pickup Preferred Lightly used in immaculately well kept non-commercial shop. Many accessories. Very Good Condition. $10,000 or Best Reasonable Offer See More Photos JOINTER-PLANER Planing Width: 410mm...
  14. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hey everyone, I'm fairly new to the woodworking world and just signed up to Lumberjocks today. I am teaching myself how to build furniture out of reclaimed wood from around Los Angeles, where I live. For the dining tables we build, and in keeping with our desire to build green from start to...
  15. Blogs
    Santa Outsources NORTH POLE - Due to the increasing population of the world, it has been reported that Santa Claus (AKA Kris Kringle) cannot keep up with the many furniture wishes he has received this year. Santa tells reporters in his yearly press conference that, along with population...
  16. Blogs
    The Dresser Design to Conception Are you interested in doing inlay, veneer, designing and building a project on your own? Here's an example of a job I designed and built for a client last year. I already had a blog (perfect45degree.blogspot.com/) before discovering LJ. My guess is that most...
  17. Blogs
    Using Google Sketchup. I have used Google SketchUp (free version) for the last few years and have found it to be excellent for designing projects like this. All my crates are designed and costed based on these types of drawings. For this project I tried something new in the design…I added the...
  18. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Remember when Black & Decker changed its model numbering system in January 1970? In many cases, their power tools remained the same but were given new model numbers. Pre-1970 model numbers had a "U" prefix if they were household models, followed by a three-digit model #. Thus, out of curiosity...
  19. Marketplace Classifieds
    I saw a listing for a Robinson six-head molder. Yeah, sure it's a bit big for a garage workshop, but maybe somebody with a high-production commercial shop may have a need for one of these things… Located in Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Check it out...
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