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  1. TV Cabinet Beast!

    A friend of mine wanted this tv cabinet made like her husband made the counters in the kitchen. Used 3/4 plywood covered with 1/4" underlayment. So its basically made with 1 and 1/4 in ply. About 50in high by 38in wide. She wanted the ends for holding books of dvds. Minwax aged oak stain...
  2. 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...
  3. Parquetry Entertainment Unit.

    This unit was made a few years back. Thought I would post it to show some more of my furniture projects. The faces of the the doors and drawers were left over parquetry flooring laid over plywood. Each panel of two diamonds contains 27 different pieces of timber. The rest of the cabinet is made...
  4. Entertainment Storage Center

    In the words of my baby girl, "Oooh, Boy!" This is an evolved version of a pervious project that I posted early. I have since canabolized that entertainment unit for this "Entertainment Storage Center". It is so named "storage center" because of its remarkable storage compacity! It can hold...
  5. Entertainment Unit

    I decided to make an entertainment unit that would house all of our media devices, so I found two designs that I liked on the internet and combined the looks and this is what came out. It is made from a combination of oak plywood, oak hardwood, and a few pieces of birch that are not visible...
  6. Built in Pine Entertainment Unit / Book Shelves

    Pine entertainment unit with corner display shelves, finished with limewash white stain. Back is 12mm tongue and groove. Doors are raised panel, face mounted. I made this unit in two sections (bottom cabinet & top shelves) in order to get it out of my shop and into the client's house.
  7. 8' Red Oak Entertainment Center

    This entertainment center was built about a year ago. The base is one solid unit containing 9 full extension drawers and one cabinet with adjustable shelves. Each drawer holds approx. 60 DVD's. The top consists of 3 units, 2 outer and 1 center unit. The project was hand stained and sprayed...
  8. "Free" Entertainment Unit

    This entertainment unit is made just about entirely of left overs from work that would have gotten thrown away but I decided to take them home and make something. The cabinets are made of left over espresso panels, I milled the stock for the mitred doors out of extra furniture base from various...
  9. TV unit, stained ash

    Here is a description about building a TV unit out of ash. As my previous project, this started with rough lumber. It took nearly a full day to go thourgh the pile of lumber back and forth several times to sort out the planks for different projects, to mark the rough dimensions of the details...
  10. Entertainment Unit...... in Rosewood.

    This entertainment was actually finished last month … after many months of procrastination and some really good reasons and a few lame excuses.. Well it is finished now… and has been picked up and is in its new home.. Made from New Guinea Rosewood with Hoop pine for the drawer sides and back...
  11. Blogs
    Design A few weeks back, my sister-in-law asked if I would build then an entertainment unit. Currently they have shelves below their wall-mounted flat-panel, but their little one is just starting to walk, and keeping components on the shelves is no longer a reasonable option. The space is very...
  12. Wood & Lumber
    Although I have been a woodworker for years I realize that I don't really understand the terms that are associated with plywood. How about helping enlightening me? 1. Sometimes plywood comes in 4×8' sheets, sometimes 5×5' sheets. Why the difference and what term should I apply to each? 2...
  13. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    I travel a fair amount, mostly domestically, but a international trip every year or so. This cuts into my woodworking! Usually all I do WW related on a trip is to read a mag (usually electronically) or read things on the web. Anybody who travels a lot use their time in more interesting ways...
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