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  1. Kitchen Cabinets

    These are maple cabinets with granite counter tops. I used prefinished plywood for the interiors with raised panel ends and doors. It was stained with a custom red/brown mixture, sealed with two coats of sanding sealer, sanded between each coat, and sprayed two coats with semi-gloss lacquer...
  2. Kitchen Cabinet

    I completed this storage cabinet in March of 2017. My wife requested this cabinet to store all of her cookie cutters and decorating tools. The case and drawers were built with baltic birch plywood. The drawer fronts and the base were constructed with poplar. The top was made from red oak...
  3. The Steers Kitchen project - Before

    The kitchen in this large 1927 Shingle style Cape Cod hadn't been updated since the mid 70s. . After The cabinets are painted maple with clear coated interiors. The drawers are dovetailed maple with Blum under mount, self closing slides. There are tray dividers, spice racks, knife drawer...
  4. Hoosier Cabinet

    My latest project is a beautiful piece of Hoosier-type furniture for added storage in the kitchen or dining room. Solidly made to be handed down from generation to generation and become a family heirloom. Built from white pine, the bottom measures 50 inches wide by 33 inches high by 21-1/2...
  5. Subcontracting Marquetry panels

    Once in a while we are contacted to provide marquetry panels for other cabinet makers. This is an old tradition for the french to subcontract the marquetry. We have at the American School of French Marquetry an early example of this practice. It is an intact 1874 panel shipped by french...
  6. Single kitchen cabinet

    Our 1970's era house has these funky old kitchen cabinets. I'm guessing the original stove was one of those wider electric ones, as the stove hood was something like 42 inches wide. Anyway, at some point, somebody replaced that wider stove with a modern, standard width stove, leaving a spot at...
  7. Cypress and tin cabinets in outdoor kitchen

    I bought a house with a very small kitchen. When building my shop, I put in an outdoor kitchen. It is 15'X30', cypress and tin cabinets, walls and ceiling, porcelain tile floors. Propane stove and wood burning heater.
  8. Wall hanging cabinets

    My first attempt to build standard kitchen wall hanging cabinets. These will be for a newly remodeled garage space. I employed some basic cabinet construction fundamentals found on the internet with the idea that if I ended up with a successful build, I would someday replace all the cabinets...
  9. Grandma's Kitchen Cabinets

    This is one of my early projects, it actually started because my grandma had recently retired and when I went to visit she told me that her kitchen had been ruined and she needed to go back to work. I couldn't have that so I told her that I would make her a new kitchen (I found out later that...
  10. Corner Base Kitchen Cabinet

    A guy I know is remodeling his cousins kitchen and needed a base corner kitchen cabinet. He asked me if I could build one for him. He sent me a picture of what he wanted the drawers to do, so I designed how I was going to build that with Google Sketchup. It took a little over a week to make...
  11. Oak Kitchen Cabinet

    My kitchen has limited amount of cabinet space. So this was a project I knew was going to enjoy building. I designed it, and built it to spec. It's just about 95% oak. Mosaic tile top I had built for another project played a major role in the dimensioning of this cabinet. Equipped with full...
  12. Tea, Sugar'n Spice Bandsaw Cabinet, A first of it's kind.

    Pictured: After extensive search I think I can safely say that this is once again a one of a kind in the Tea, Sugar and Spice kitchen cabinet category for bandsaw box building, Here I created a Tea, Sugar'n Spice cabinet (bandsaw box / cabinet), I used Alder for the core and also for the...
  13. cabinet base for stove cooktop

    built a maple cabinet base for my cooktop. it has a couple of shelves on drawer glides and a small wine cabinet storage unit, with drawers for my wines. i tiled the top and backsplash. i wanted something other than a standard square cabinet so i integrated some curves into the base. the...
  14. Kitchen Storage cabinet

    This is a kitchen storage cabinet for my wife's dishes and whatever. The second picture is proof of the saying I saw on a post here that any flat surface will attract stuff. I had to bring the unit inside because it was to big for my temp shop. Before I could get the doors on she had it...
  15. Canning Cupboard

    This great little cupboard would be equally useful in a kitchen, bedroom, or bathroom. Simple glue, screw and cap method of woodworking allows even the novice to achieve great results. The carving is done with a hand held rotary tool that makes carving, fun, fast and easy.The model shown is...
  16. Raised Panel Upper Kitchen Cabinets

    I just fininshed installing these upper cabinets for a client. The cases are built from melamine and I used superwood for the raised panel doors, painted a cream color to match the existing lower cabinets. Each cabinet has two adjustable shelves…....except the corner cabinet which has fixed...
  17. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Obviously the angled nailer can get into a tighter spot but are there any other real differences? Can a straight nailer do anything an angled nailer cant? Just checking before I buy one, it is now at the top of the list. Thanks JohnnyP
  18. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I need to build a cabinet / storage enclosure in my house. Basically its the end of a "hallway". 4' wide 7' tall I'll probably make it about 32" deep… (whats cabinet depth standard?" I want to build it right into the wall. You know, with shelf runners attached directly to the walls and the...
  19. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    I do a lot of my handtool work indoors in one of our spare rooms. I have recently purchased a temperature and humidity gauge and the humidity has been running between 45-60% even with the A/C on. What humidity do you guys in the midwest have indoors? This would explain why I am constantly...
  20. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I've seen this thread talking about the search to combine push to open with soft close slides- http://lumberjocks.com/topics/11580 But I'm curious if there have been any updates in the past few years and something might now be available. I feel like I've pored over every option online and am...
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