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  1. Bathroom Cabinet (my first cabinet)

    We are in the process of remodeling our bathroom and were looking at cabinets to replace the old 1960 cabinet that came with the house (see the last picture). But since there was nothing nice or the right size in our price range I thought, I'll just make one myself. So this is my first attempt...
  2. shaker inspired cupboard

    My wife needed a small cupboard for storing overflow kitchen items. She had something in this spot allready, but it was pretty much useless when it came to storage (attached as picture 3 - as you can see it was all leg). By using the same footprint I greatly increased the storage capacity and...
  3. Sawyer Entertainment Center

    Its a small world. These people found me in the madness of the world wide web. They asked for references. The day of install, I found out that Rob worked with another person that I did work for several years ago. That wasn't one of the references I provided, but certainly an enormous trust...
  4. Bookcases and Entertainment Center for Dad

    This is a pair of bookcases and an entertainment center unit I built for my father. This is the furniture I was writing about in my blog "Sir step away from the project". I had numerous headaches on this project from begining to end. I will not bore you with the details, but just say I have...
  5. Craftsman Sofa Table

    Built this sofa table for the wife. Black Walnut with Rosewood inlay. Plans from Woodsmith
  6. Lingerie Cabinet

    I decided about the end of the first week of December that I needed to build my Wife a nice Christmas gift. I should have started a little sooner, I just finished spraying the lacquer finish yesterday, and the hardware today. I guess I missed by a few days. I built the entire piece with frame...
  7. Wine cabinet/hutch/beverage center

    This project is finally complete. There were many first on the project including almost taking my finger off! From the mini corbels to the inset doors and dye stains. I want to thank the LJ community for helping me through some tough moments. I learned a lot on this one and will utilize that...
  8. Corner TV stand

    This was the very first project i finished that actually swelled when i moved it from the cold garage into the house, even though i kept a space heater on when i was working on it. Brought the finished cabinet into the house after applying the hand rubbed wax finish on the top, and set it up in...
  9. Woodworking Skill Share
    I was installing a couple of inset doors on an armoire last night using some non-mortise hinges. One of the doors closes just fine and is flush, the other however, won't close flush with the frame without a little bit of force. I was thinking that I should put a 2 - 3 degree back bevel on the...
  10. Blogs
    Kitchen Remodel - Phase 1 Design Kitchen Remodel - New pics added… Well, March is here and the shop is now open. I had planned to have the design of the new kitchen finished but it's not. What a great use of the winter down time but the design process has been long and hard fought with my...
  11. Blogs
    Country Style Cabinet This was a cabinet i made for a customer of mine. The magazine, American Woodworker liked it and asked me to do and article on it. So i made another one. It's made of cherry and has an unique locking handle on it. If you are intersted in learning more it's featured in...
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