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  1. Master Bath Cabinets

    This is my first real project. It all began a few years ago when my wife and I wanted to redo our master bathroom, and we didn't want to pay what we considered to be very high prices for custom cabinets. So, after a few years of acquiring (most of) the right tools, watching videos, reading a...
  2. Cherry Vainty and Medicine Cabinet

    Made from Cherry and Brich Ply. Legs milled from 8/4 Cherry milled to 2", prefinshed brich ply with Cherry veneer applyed to sides. stained with Minwax Red Sedoan top coated with spar urethane. then buffed.
  3. Bathroom vanity and medicine cabinet

    This is my parents' bathroom vanity and medicine cabinet - the face of the vanity is solid walnut with the remainder being made of oak plywood, and the medicine cabinet is solid walnut except the back, which is a piece of birch plywood. This started by mistake… My parents remodeled their...
  4. A & C STYLE VANITY,MED CABINET AND SHELF

    Hello Freinds It's been some time since I have posted any projects, I've had a number of off projects but have not stopped to post them. Built as a set of 3 A & C vanity, med cabinet, and shelf. These are almost the same as a set I made for a regular customer that I charged $2500 for ,the...
  5. Hickory Medicine Cabinet

    This was a particularly troublesome attempt at updating an old, particle board cabinet that was in my bathroom. I decided to use hickory; my parents have hickory kitchen cabinets that look great; I'd never used hickory before and had no concept of just how hard of a hardwood it is. The wood was...
  6. Live Edge Pine Vanity and Medicine Cabinet with Mirror

    I've made a couple of these vanities and the live edge with the bark is very popular. When making the frame for the mirror I start with over width material and measurements are taken from where the bark meets the wood because that's where you want things to meet up. I usually make the pieces...
  7. Arts & Craftsman Bathroom remodel

    It all started with a broken shower tile. A broken PINK shower tile. Then like most home improvement stories, it just cascaded. But now I have a bathroom that I'm not embarrassed to show internet strangers. I call it "Arts & Craftsman" style because it's a amalgamation of arts and crafts and...
  8. Oak Medicine Cabinet

    I started with an old metal medicine cabinet that had a plastic cover at the top for the light with a single receptacle and two sliding mirrors with plastic handles. I made this cabinet out of oak beams with the intent to use the sliding mirrors and add a few more shelves for added space. It...
  9. Medicine cabinet

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  10. A Medecine Cabinet ... the "ad nauseam"

    In the last little while, we at the shop happily made a complete restaurant and bar for a small national chain and all was good, but seven small glass shelves somehow came back, being the wrong size they were. Throw em in the garbage says my boss; well nuh-uh I reply, they're gonna be for my...
  11. Medicine cabinet

    A simple medicine cabinet, project #2 for me. For this I had acquired a router and table, which I found plenty of things to do with. The carcase (is that the right term?) is made of poplar, I routed rabbets and dadoes for all the joinery. The face is poplar & pine, pocket screwed together and...
  12. L& JG Stickley 515 Octagonal Tabouret

    This is my version of an L&JG Stickley 515 Octagonal Tabouret. I built it based on a picture that I found on the internet. The table top is 20" x 20 " and it stands 24" tall. It is made from quartersawn white oak. The table features thru m&t joints for the cross braces and m&t joints for the...
  13. Inset Medicine Cabinet

    Wall medicine cabinet made to be set into the wall. Made out of spalted maple and sycamore. I'm working on a mirrored door for the front, though I must say i'm a little at odds with not being able to see the cabinet frame and maple shelves with the door closed.
  14. Bathroom Renovation

    Our main 4 piece bathroom is about as small as possible (1950's bungalow) but we wanted to make a statement in renovating it anyway. It is all new except the tub, which was reglazed. The vanity and medicine cabinet are solid walnut. The vanity features 1-1/2" top (because I had the material...
  15. Bathroom Projects (Floating Shelves and Medicine Cabinet)

    I renovated my bathroom and I took the opportunity to make a couple custom fixtures for it. Floating Shelves: Since the studs were in non-ideal areas (and I wasn't about to attach them to drywall alone), I decided to attach the shelves to pieces of plywood that span the studs, and attach those...
  16. EOSC Cabinet

    I made this medicine cabinet at the Easter Ontario Skills Competition 2012. We were given four hours and a table with the necessary materials for the job. A few errors were made along the way but nothing to serious as it won me third place in the competition. I found the filler for the door to...
  17. Shaker Bathroom: linen press, medicine cabinet, and vanity

    This is all of the woodwork I did for my remodeled bathroom: a vanity, medicine cabinet, and linen press. I designed everything with a shaker influence, but also some details were made to simply conform with other woodwork around the house. Its all made of red oak with 3 topcoats of General...
  18. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I have been looking to upgrade from a 6" to an 8" jointer. Found an add on Craigslist last night, that was just posted 2 hours before I logged in. $200 for a DJ20 jointer. Next morning I was up at 4am and headed out on the almost 2 hour drive. Had to disassemble the jointer and the seller...
  19. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I want to build a craftsman style medicine cabinet. I have found a picture of one I like but can't find any plans. Is there somewhere I can buy or get free plans? I don't mind buying plans if I can find what I want.
  20. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Got a project coming up and wondering what advice or pointers you guys have. I'm doing a 48 inch medicine cabinet with 3 mirrored doors on the front. Just wondering how you guys would make the doors.. I don't want them too heavy to sag the hinges over time. I wasn't wanting to make a frame...
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