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  1. Wine Cabinet

    we brought back alot of wine from california so a place to keep it was needed. i designed this wine console out of lyptus wood and mahogany. the dividers pull out and double as serving trays. now we're set to have a wine party too bad i know nothing about wine guess ill stick to drinking it.
  2. Country style Credenza

    Here is a Credenza I delivered about a month back. This was based off a few pictures the client found. I also sold them one of my Old English dining sets. This was finished to match.
  3. Tailgate TV Console (on Truck Cargo Carrier)

    This is the first official 'woodworking' project that I have completed. I have been working with wood for a several years but mostly building decks and finishing the basement. This project came out of a need for a TV to watch while we tailgate in Athens at UGA games. It's essentially a 3/4"...
  4. Pair of walnut cabinets (part 1)

    Two floating cabinets for my own use to house my electronics by the fireplace. Design was a pain as I had to think about cord management; ventilation since the PVR & amp burns pretty hot and not to mention the walls are not square. They are roughly H14" x L40" x 18"D, made from walnut veneer...
  5. RUSTIC, LIVE EDGE, CHERRY SLAB sofa/console table

    For this project, because the wood came from the lumber mill (rough cut) with only one live edge I decided to make a soafa/console table. The table top is a cherry slab- approx 1.5 inches thick. It is 30 inches high, 4 feet long and about 14 inches at the wide end. I am the world's worst...
  6. Barn Door Console Table

    I just published my first blog post here on Lumberjocks. Go check it out and let me know what you think. For those of you that prefer just seeing the pictures I figured I would just post those here. Thanks for looking! -Jacob - Timber & Ash Designs
  7. NYW Console Table

    Here's a console table from the New Yankee Workshop plans that I built awhile ago. It is pine, with a stain / poly finish. It has held up well in use as a side table for a couple of years now. The aprons are lamination bent then joined to the legs with mortise and tenons. I make a full size...
  8. Mr B. Console table jobs

    In 2006 Patrick Edwards and I had a commission to build a copy of a Quervelle Console table. The client could not choose between a copy of the one he already owned and one at the Dallas museum, so we decided to build both to give him a choice. He finally took both of them. 6 years later we...
  9. Small modern TV stand/credenza/console/whatever you want it to be

    This is yet another project that was dictated by my (very small) lumber stash and evolved from there. I built the main cabinet from goncalo alves with a live edge white oak top a couple of months ago and had no idea what to do with it until recently. I made a couple of dividers from flame birch...
  10. Console Table With Re-purposed Legs

    Steel packing material off of an atlas car lift as legs with a 2×4 edge grain top. Flame birch side shelves to cover metal flanges.
  11. Walnut slab console table

    A fellow woodworking hobbyist purchased some walnut slabs and bought this one for his house. He asked me to make it into a console table and his wife told me the dimensions and gave some guidance on what she wanted to see. This is the end result. The legs are maple - they came from one 12" wide...
  12. Solid Walnut Credenza

    Here is a solid walnut credenza I made out of locally (Chicagoland) reclaimed urban wood for a local designer. Walnut is hot right now as well as mixing wood with steel. I believe this was about 80" long and 22"tall. Sorry the finished picture isn't better, I never got a chance to take pictures.
  13. A Small TV Console

    This project was fun because there were multiple constraints in the overall design. My wife didnt want the depth of the console to exceed too far beyond the two neighboring bookshelves. However it had to be deep enough to hold a Blu Ray player and a record player (the green case in the first...
  14. Open Shelf Console Table

    I needed something with smart storage that wouldn't impeded the flow of our already cramped master bedroom. I love the height of this piece for its place in the room. We have our TV mounted fairly high on the wall, and fills the space beneath it perfectly. For being only 11 3/4" deep, it has...
  15. cherry low console with sliding doors.

    cherry cabinet with slidng doors, walnut butterflies,and spalted maple panels. gread sliding door hardware from Rockler makes for smooth running doors ( http://www.rocklerpro.com/product.cfm?page=2280&filter=88155&pn=88155) . p.s. yes I am aware that the layout of butterflies on the top is not...
  16. Nintendo Entertainment System #3 and #4

    I took an old Nintendo Entertainment System top loader design and gutted the parts. I then built and replicated the old classic front loader design and installed it so this thing is 100% functional. This is my 3rd iteration of these consoles. I have now added the little wood dust covers that sit...
  17. Console with fire wood storage

    Anthony built this console unit with fire wood storage underneath. He used reclaimed hemlock from a Bloomfield NJ barn. The top is skip planed hemlock, while the rest is also hemlock. The legs were the original barn rafters we took from the same barn. Anthony used a satin water base finish.
  18. TV Stand

    I needed a new TV stand for the kids' playroom so I built this one from my own design. I had the lumber sitting in my shop for over a year and it was time to use it! Overall size is 44"L x 11.5"W x 23"H. I sized the whole project based on the piece of figured Hard Maple I wanted to use for...
  19. live edge walnut console with table top companion piece

    After 36 years, I am really enjoying the flexibility utilizing "live edge" solid wood. Pieces go together quickly and my clients are enjoying my shifting of gears. Always looking for highly figured solid wood. For all you jocks out there…..contact me if you are a source, or have a source. I...
  20. Trapezoid console inspired by “Bad Larry”

    If you check out Chris Salamone's "bad Larry" video - that's how I made this. I was totally unprepared to take this on, from a skills perspective, but the design kept me inspired and pulled me through - eventually. The center compartment fabric is a Fender amp cloth pattern from Mojotone. I need...
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