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  1. my kitchen

    This is my kitchen. This was my little rush back in '06. We were trying to get it done for x-mas and ended up working on it until 2am Christmas day. Boy was I tired on Christmas. But, we wanted to have family over to our house for the holidays and couldn't with such a huge mess. The granite...
  2. Such a Waste

    Rick was in the building mood this weekend and so I put my wish list in and we made a couple waste bins out of the pine boards we got a couple weeks ago. The bins are nothing fancy, just the way I like it, and will probably get all distorted because they are fresh boards, but that will just add...
  3. Kitchen cabinet

    Our kitchen remodel is finally nearing 90% completion. The first photo shows the completed cabinets and counter tops. The drawer units are custom order from Lowes. As you can see in the second photo, the upper section of the red cabinet is serving several functions. The vertical logs are the...
  4. Kitchen Remodel

    Before buying a new house, I completely gutted my old kitchen and remodeled it, keeping only the ceramic tile floor. The old cabinets were rough plywood, so I built new ones. The top cabinets are hand dove-tailed and have antique German glass on the fronts. I put 6" tongue-and-groove board...
  5. The obligatory house project we all have to face. Redoing cabinets.

    Fall 16 to Spring 17 It seems like I've been away from this site for ages. Well it all started last fall when I drew up a nice little Stickley display case for DVD's, nicknacks and the such when I heard the LOML utter the project changing words of "You need to do something about this now!"...
  6. Supplementary Kitchen Cabinet

    A little exercise in captive panel construction. I needed a little more storage space off the floor for my kitchen and I wanted it to match the exsisting cabinetry as best as I could. It's red oak with birch panels (I was not going to pay for bookmatched oak plywood…) and finished with General...
  7. Keurig Coffee Holder

    This is a Keurig coffee holder I made to store the coffee and tea the family likes to drink. I decided to make it out of left over hickory from another project. I made it with three shelves, one for each family member. Basic simple design with a lacquer finish. This is the second type box for...
  8. kitchen part 1

    This is the 2006 Philharmonic House Of Design. To explain this house what happens is that every year the Philharmonic society gets a bunch of designers together and get one homeowner to commit their house. Each designer gets their own room and designs it they way they want (in theory). When...
  9. Kitchen part 2

    This section is the built in coffee station. Above the station is a pop down tv. The cartouche panel is attached with spider clips and easily pops off for access to the tv.
  10. Kitchen oak table

    Some times ago my daughter asked me to make small kitchen table. I had some short pieces of the oak timber and I decided to use its for this project. I had to make rounding one of the corners because her kitchen is small . I did not want to use metal runner systems for drawers and used...
  11. Kitchen part 3

    This is the Island. It has a crackle finish.
  12. Penrose Trivet (Adjustable)

    My version of the penrose (adjustable) trivet made from hard maple. Very easy to make, 12 identical pieces at 5" long with 30 degree angles cut on each end. Beveled edges and a mineral oil finish, this is going as a "thank you" to a social media follower. Feel free to follow...
  13. Kitchen part 4

    This is the oven area. Above the oven is open areas for cookie sheets. Not particularly something I would have done but it looks awsome. each divider has a moulding on it. Also included in this is the 45 degree corner cabinet showing the tv in the down position. This cabinet is rendered...
  14. Cutting Boards for Christmas

    Well…my first project post. Here we go. I decided to make a cutting board as a Christmas present for my step-mom. It is one of the ones in the picture with three of them. I have a version just like it, only bigger, that I made my wife a couple years ago. it has been nice to use, but really too...
  15. Kitchen part 5

    This is the walk in pantry. I know, the drawers and things should have been stained too, but that's not what they wanted. I won't post pics of the convenience options as I am taking opportunities for views away from everyone else. SORRY GUYS THAT ARE POSTING!
  16. Pepper Mill/Salt Shaker Combination

    Here is another Pepper Mill/Salt Shaker combination. These are proving to be very popular and are fun to make. This one is made from some 2 1/2×2 1/2" Poplar from Lowes. Turning is pretty easy, you only need two drill bits, a 1 1/2" and a 1 1/16" Forestner bits. I get the kits from Penn...
  17. Guayibira Tables - Tablas de guayibira

    Two handy little cutting or serving food tables made on guayubira (Patagonula americana). The inlay on the rectangular inlay is guatambú (Balfourodendron riedelianum). In the first picture you can see them with termination (mineral oil and beeswax). In other photographs are seen without...
  18. Sisters Kitchen Island

    Built mostly of mdf, this is an island I built for my sister about 2 years ago. It looks real nice with the granite top and corbels.
  19. Butcher Block Island

    This was built for a my wife who is a local chef, who is also very into green building, and recycled furniture. She wanted a butcher block out of recyled lumber collected locally for her kitchen. After much dumpster diving, and lots of sorting, I came up with some good pieces to get the job...
  20. Pine Pantry

    My neighbour contacted me to build a pantry for his wife, that would occupy the space where they had a refrigerator that was replaced by a bigger one. I took this as the opportunity to explore the wonderful world of kitchen cabinetry, but I had to basically duplicate the design of the overall...
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