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  1. Japanese Style Storage Cabinet

    This piece was built for a couple that lived in Japan for a while and said that they had several pieces of Japanese furniture at their home up north. They gave me some basic dimensions (48" wide, 44" tall, 18" deep), picked cypress as for the wood and specified that they would be using this to...
  2. Pantry Door Tool Chest

    Here is my completed pantry door tool chest, from closed to full extension. The front has been stained and sanded to give it this antique look (frankly, the black oak stain I used was way too dark!). Two coats of shellac have been applied on all exterior surfaces, except the shelves which got...
  3. Country Kitchen Benches + (secret)

    Here are two country kitchen benches I just built. Lids up offer great storage. On the last photo you can see the two country kitchen credenzas I recently built and posted on LJ. They were fun to build and they are quite handy. I used glued-up birch and the finish is three coats of wipe-on poly...
  4. Barter Smarter... or Don't judge a pile of lumber by the top boards

    It has been a while guys… They say we're never too old to learn, and I learned a lesson last month. I got a call from a local fellow saying that he had a nice pile of lumber in his barn that he had to move immediately. He indicated that the lumber had been there for many years, and in fact...
  5. Blogs
    The Glue Up Table The Glue Up Table In my shop the most important element in efficiency is organization. That means having what I need at hand when I need it. In the case of the glue up table it starts with a straight line that I can put the sides of the box against to line them up for...
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