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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. Walnut Curio Cabinet

    This is my first extensive woodworking project and it really challenged my skills. The walnut for the project was given to me by my dad. He had it stored in a shed for the last 25 years. The wood was pretty rough looking and dirty when I got it but, it planed up nicely. I didn't show the rough...
  3. Arts and crafts style curio cabinet my wife uses for her angel collection.

    I made this cabinet a little while ago. It is in the style of the arts and crafts movement and I had beveled glass installed in the doors.
  4. Curio Cabinet

    I made this for the wife to display our wedding memories.
  5. Small Apothecary Chest

    Ultimately, I want to make a massive map chest or apothecary chest. Something legendary like you see in early 1900s country stores. I usually start with a miniature version, so I made this 12-drawer using a lot of scrap from other projects. My friend said, "what, did you run low on wood?"...
  6. A very poplar foot stool

    Well this is my first foot stool. I needed one that could sit in front of the bathroom sink and allow the door to open/close. So I went to my spare wood stack and I chose to use this poplar wood. The only new technique I used was to put a dowel between each leg and the middle piece to ensure it...
  7. Updated Pic! - Stumpy's Tubafore Contest Entry - Curio Cabinet

    Habersham inspired curio cabinet. Overall size is 10"w x 20"h x 6"d. Beadboard back, carved french lite door. Dowelled drawer. The biggest challenge was getting all the parts I needed and compensating for the goof ups. The crown detail changed due to available materials, or lack thereof...
  8. Curio Display End Table

    I designed this "Japanese inspired" end table to display a tea set in our living room. The curly maple top is inlayed with a cherry blossom motif with 3 butterflies. The body is made of cherry and the horizontal supports are leopardwood. There is a single adjustable glass shelf. It's finished...
  9. Curio Display Case - Lego Minifigures

    My kids and I started to collect the special minifigures that Lego started creating a few years ago. We are not very aggressive collectors, but the number of minifigures we have finally exceeded the spot that we have them on display. So after trying to make it work, I decided to make a curio...
  10. Moms Curio

    Here is a piece of work that took me three years to make for my wife. all the wood is from left over from projects that I made for other customers in the past. I only used White and Red Oak build this piece. The Unit measures 32 1/2 " wide X 65 " tall X 18" Deep. The doors are on the side with...
  11. Princess Curio | Custom

    This is a curio cabinet that was built in November 2005. It was an accessory piece for our Castle loft. It has glass doors and a two tone color. The color was the most difficult part on this project. Each edge had to be painted the accent color Size: 48"w x 67"h x 16"d Wood: MDF and Maple...
  12. Curio Cabinet for Christmas

    It's been a while since I've posted a project, huh? This is a Curio cabinet that I made my wife for Christmas. It's what she said what she wanted and gave my until the end of January to finish it. I was told this a week before Christmas when I asked her what she wanted. I beat the deadline by...
  13. Curio gas pump look

    This is a custom build curio to show different collections. Made with poplar and painted to the top globe color. There is lightening Inside on top and in the cross bar in the side. Made to look like an old gas pump. About 7 feets tall.
  14. Grandfather Curio Clock

    I made 2 of these originally as gifts for our kids and their families. It is made of Oak and is an adaptation of a plan I bought from Popular Woodworking. I have made several more and each is slightly different than the others. If you would like to see how I made it, please visit my site at...
  15. Beginnings - Thirty year old project

    Blast from the past. I was looking through some pictures and came across this curio cabinet. This is one of the first projects I remember building - about thirty years ago when I was in High School. I made it as a wedding present for my church High School youth group sponsor and her new...
  16. This Old Crack House Formal dineing room (final pictures)

    Formal Dining Room This hand built formal dining room table and chairs serves as the center point for sit down dining when entertaining guests. The solid oak mission table is complemented by the almost eight foot tall formal dining room hutch. This Old Crack House Copyright 07/15/1907 All...
  17. Curio Cabinet

    This was a very fun project for me. It started out doing etched glass work for cabinets in customers bar area with an open closet space. Customer debated about putting bi-fold doors but felt it was too tacky for the area that they had created. I suggested building a cabinet to fit in the space...
  18. Unusual Bookmark

    Big, heavy bookmark made from reclaimed Spotted Gum. Based on a design by Paul Cocksedge. With books slowly disappearing it's nice to have a couple out on display. This bookmark could stand on your side table ready to keep your page when you put down your favourite story. I like that it...
  19. Grandfather Clock

    A friend was in Germany in military, called me and said he was touring Kieninger clock/gift shop, and told the owner I always wanted one of their clocks, and was a wood worker. So they agreed to sell him the works 2 years ago. It took a year to get back from Germany, since he was deployed. So in...
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