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  1. "Easter Island" Entertainment Unit.

    When I have a good client, I don't mind going the extra mile for them. This is a unit that has been in my mind for years and I decided to do for this client. It is one of the best that I have made. It is made from recycled Ipil and salvaged Narra. The Narra came from a tree that was damaging...
  2. Entertainment Stand

    I built this TV stand for my mother. It is made from mahogany, macassar ebony and curly bubinga.
  3. The Judge

    After chatting with a prospective customer for a bit, he told me he wanted to upgrade his entertainment area with an entertainment center and some shelving for the bar area. We were to match the existing bead board wainscoting. That would be easy enough, although everything was pine. Burn, baby...
  4. White Oak and Walnut slab entertainment center

    White oak plywood with natural white oak frame casing. 2 live edge walnut slabs balance out the oak and the reclaimed wood brings out the many colors of the house. The white oak was finished with water based poly that I custom tinted with Mixol tints to get a brown color and then sprayed. I used...
  5. Greene and Greene Inspired TV Lift Cabinet

    I've been dreaming about this project for a few years, spent 7 months building it, and finally finished it last weekend. During the design process I went through a few different craftsman inspired designs before going for this Greene and Greene theme. I've been on a G&G kick for the last year...
  6. Gaming TV Stand

    Boys and Girls, In an attempt to boost my project post statistics for the week, I thought I'd invade your sanity with this TV stand I made for my entertainment area a few years ago… which may seem like an eternity before the misfortune of this duck gate-crashing LumberJock's forum and upset...
  7. Maria's table

    MidMod tv stand coffee table in European beech. I made an angled skirt to align with the hairpin legs, put in some cutouts in the back so she could wire up the tv and dvd players and things. Did some test stains on scraps before we chose this color. pretty straight forward joinery, dados and...
  8. Upgrade from TV trays (Entertainment Center)

    We were given a 40" TV from my in-laws (won in a raffle). The problem was we had an "old style" TV stand that didn't fit one of these "new fangled" flat panel TV's. So our new TV sat on a couple TV trays butted together for a while. I decided on the Woodsmith issue #169 Wide-Screen TV Cabinet...
  9. TV Stand

    Oak TV stand with breadboard ends, made in a minimalist style.
  10. Cherry Entertainment Center

    This Entertainment Center is a commisioned piece. The Center is nade from Cherry plywood and solid Cherry for doors and trim. The plans are from the May 2006 issue of American Woodworker. The plans were altered a bit to fit a specific television. The set fits to within a half inch of the sides...
  11. Stereo Cabinet

    We went to rearrange our family room a couple of months ago, and I figured out where I wanted to put our rear projection TV and realized there was going to be a gap behind the TV to fill. This gave me an opportunity to make my first "cabinet" to house all of the stereo equipment, games, Bluray...
  12. G & G inspired entertainment center

    After finishing my shop last year, I fell into a slump. Not because i didnt feel like building anything but because I was having a difficult time finding inspiration. I knew what i wanted to build but was not sure about style. Fortunately I came across a post by Darrell Peart and fell in love...
  13. Red Oak Built-in Entertainment Center

    My second stained built-in, and much nicer than the first! Red Oak lumber and plywood, stained with Minwax Golden Oak. Clear coated with sprayed, semi-gloss lacquer. First time spraying lacquer and extremely pleased. I wish I could claim credit for the doors, but I farmed them out to Barker...
  14. Manspace Project - shaped Rooster

    Item: The art department at Donnas Art called for another rooster so it is off to the Manspace to make some sawdust. With a pattern on a block of found wood and a turn at the bandsaw the blank can be shaped with a 3" drum on the drill press and finished with some Dremel sanding. Donna makes the...
  15. 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...
  16. Entertainment Centre

    Hi folks, This is the last project that I finished. It was all done about 2 weeks ago. It's an entertainment centre from October 2005, Wood Magazine. My father wanted a table for the television in the basement. I remembered this piece from October 2005 and thought it would be a better fit...
  17. Washer Board Game

    Not one of my best works by far, but it was a quick and easy project that only took about 30min to accomplish. Pretty fun game if you've never played before. My next game project will be some corn hole boards!
  18. Nintendo Entertainment System

    This one took me a surprising amount of time but I am so happy to have it done! 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. I put hinges and...
  19. Entertainment Center

    This project took most of my free time this year. My son, a professional woodworker, made the doors for me and provided the moldings saving me plenty of time. I would rather make four more than stain this one again. Now I can get back to my true part time love of woodturning. I promised my wife...
  20. Entertainment Center

    This is my very first large project. I say large because I have a few smaller projects when I was in Boy Scouts. It was completed with the assistance of my father-in-law Randy Sharp (another LumberJock). The wood is 3/4" in oak plywood with 1/4" oak plywood backing. The designs for this...
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