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  1. Writing Desk and Hutch

    This writing desk and top hutch is for a friend's daughter. It is made with red oak stained early American with 2 coats of sanding sealer and 2 coats of lacquer, sprayed. The legs are made with 3 laminated boards each, cut out using a pattern made of MDF. The curved top was done with three...
  2. recycled dresser

    I couldn't find a home for this old dresser so I decided convert it into a kitchen hutch. the dresser was all ready white so I gave it a good sanding, and the plywood for the upper section was from my saw table that I just rebuild. I started by priming both pieces orange, then mixing a glaze...
  3. Open Corner Hutch/Cabinet

    I built this for our dining area last winter to give my wife a place other than our dining table to store all her knitting supplies. I ran a few sketch-up designs past her before settling on this and am very happy with it. This is mostly constructed out of walnut plywood with edge banding. The...
  4. China Hutch

    I built this a couple years ago for my wife because we had no more cabinet space. She thought it was too bigat 84" x 41×22 deep. She sure found ways to fill it though. It's clear pine painted Basil color milk paint with Tung oil on top. The counter is maple with shellac. I'm happy with it, but...
  5. Oak Desk | Corner Unit | Custom

    This is a Double Pedestal Corner Desk that was completed in March 2009. It is a two pedestal corner desk with a hutch. The right pedestal has a standard file drawer with two regular box drawers and then a CPU storage section added the side. The left side has two lateral file drawer. On all...
  6. lodge stlye rustic sideboard

    I built this sideboard with a matching hutch to go in an Idaho art gallery. The pine legs are from dead standing trees. I like these because the surfaces are covered with insect tracks and knots. The real nature of the forest shows up. I use Alder for the box and doors. It is also a local wood...
  7. Lodge Style Rustic Hutch

    This is the hutch built to match my sideboard. The Pine log legs are contrasted with dark stained hand planed Alder. Dried willow branched decorate the crown. Natural Pine has been used for shelving and accents. Priced to sell! Matching Sideboard
  8. Rabbit Hutch

    It's a while ago when I posted a project here on LJ's. So, I recently finished this new rabbit hutch, I made it for my wife. Most of the joints are half lap joints. All hand cut. Almost all of the wood is reclaimed wood. The finish is 2 layers of stain and one layer of outdoor-laquer...
  9. Dresser / hutch in English oak

    Another 'can you just' job for my step daughter. I did this in November & December 2003 & it's still my pride and joy as well as hers. I still get so much pleasure from seeing this every time we visit. She was shocked to think I was going to make her dresser from rough old chunks of tree...
  10. Old English Farmhouse Dining Table

    I make 4-8 of these a month. Various color and woods. This one has an antique white over medium gray distressed base with a solid ash top. Top is finished with 1 coat of emtech sealer and 3 coats of emtech 6000. The base has 2 coats of 6000 over the paint. Credenza and bench to match. The chairs...
  11. Hutch

    A local beautician had me build this hutch for her shop. It had to fit a narrow space, she had other furniture all black, and she needed to store lots of stuff as well as have a work surface to mix hair applications. The top is plastic laminate, the framed panels are all cope and stick. Drawers...
  12. Hutch

    Built this for my wife, she wanted something a little more country.
  13. small pine hutch

    love knots, we use this in the master bathroom as a medicine cabinet. finished it with garnet shellac and sprayed lacquer…...thanks
  14. Bedroom Desk

    My daughter wanted a desk for her bedroom to do homework, some drawing, and store some of her books and drawing supplies. I came across this desk on Ana White's page as plans for a Pottery Barn like desk called Channing Desk. This was my first woodworking project I've attempted. I finally...
  15. China Hutch

    I made this for my wife to match our dining room table and chairs. The pattern is by Norm Abram/NYW.
  16. 5 Sided Corner Hutch

    This was a corner hutch I made for my brother. It was my own design and had some unique challenges. It was built from Maple.
  17. Display Hutch

    Kitchen Display Hutch
  18. War Zone Desk

    I recently deployed to Iraq. During my free time, it was too hot to read and I hated sitting around in my rack as there wasn't much else to do. Talking to the Chair Force guys in the next compound, found out they had tools. Not many, but enough to do some rough stuff. Pretty much just a...
  19. Dining Room Hutch

    This effort was probably my most ambitious to date. It's pretty much straight out of the $9.95 plan I got from here: http://plansnow.com/chutch.html The only difference is I only built the top part as that's all I needed to put on top of an existing sideboard, and I modified the sizes a little...
  20. Corner Hutch

    My wife inherited a hutch from her great grandmother. It was a rectangular cabinet with nice scroll work in the windows and gingerbread trim. She asked me to make a larger one for the corner of our home. One of the toughest parts was finding the draw pulls which are not exact, but so close...
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