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  1. Doorbell in QSWO

    This is a doorbell made from QSWO scraps that I had in the shop. It has a bit of Mission styling. It measures, 11.5" w x 6.5" h x 4" d. Construction is stub tenons. The finish is General Finishes Candllelite gel stain and top coated with General Arm-R-Seal satin poly. The last picture is...
  2. Doorbell Chime Box

    Sometime ago, I had a new entry door put in and the trim around the door made the plastic box covering the doorbell chime unlevel. It bugged me for years and I finally decided to do something about it. This was a fun and project because I had no time constraints and the lack "hard use" didn't...
  3. Cherry Doorbell Chime Cover

    Out of the box, doorbell chimes are typically not very attractive. To remedy this at our house, I tossed the cover, kept the inside workings and enclosed them with this Arts & Crafts style cover.
  4. Greene & Greene Inspired Wall Sconce

    During our recent entrance way renovations I had a lot of time to develop a hatred of the look of our doorbell. It's a hunk of plastic covered in gaudy designes. Having been long inspired by the Greene & Greene wall sconces I decided to embark on making my own as a cover to the doorbell...
  5. Craftsman Doorbell Cover

    I made a Craftsman doorbell cover to replace the ugly mirror cover that came with the house. I bought a hollow chisel mortiser a couple of years ago and this was the first real project that I used it on.
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