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  1. 1st ever wood project! Toy shower 1:12 Scale

    I'm excited to show first project. A simple toy shower. It was cut as straight as I could with scroll saw- no pattern. Sanded. No stain/paint/little shower head etc as my 4 yr old refused to let it go! The tiny slits for curtain rod wire was a 1/16 hole then used the actual little scroll saw...
  2. Ipe Shower Bench

    This project is off the Honey-Do list, my wife had requested a shower bench some time ago. About a year and a half ago, I set out to get this done for Valentines Day but it kept getting put off by other projects. It is now finally complete and she is very happy with it (not so happy with the...
  3. Mother's Day Gift for my Mother-in-law

    This is a spin-off of the simple cell phone stand I did last year. I started to make a recipe card holder for my wife and didn't like how it was turning out (she still thought it was fantastic) and she suggested that I make one for her mom. I put it off at Christmas and decided to actually...
  4. Cedar Shower Bench

    After several strong hints from my wife I made this bench for her to place in our shower. The bench is made from cedar and is 12 inches deep, 44 inches wide and 16 inches tall. The top has an inset tray for shower items (i.e. soap, shampoo, etc.) and the lower shelf holds whatever didn't fit...
  5. Ipe Shower Stool - Corner Model

    This corner shower stool was made of Ipe and stained to match existing bathroom furniture color. I completed this stool about a year ago and it still looks brand new. I am really impressed with General Finishes exterior stains and finishes. They really do a nice job and hold up well against water.
  6. Outdoor Shower

    Soild Cedar, 4ft wide, 7ft long and 12ft high. This was a fun project. Commisioned and now I want one for my self.
  7. Custom Bathroom Furniture

    This will also be uploaded to Refurbers but since everything wood was custom made in my shop, I thought I'd post it as a project here. We had an old, and small bathroom with no window as it's located in the center of the house. It was last remodeled in the 70's, had a blue tub with marbleized...
  8. Shower Stool

    We finished our bathroom renovations recently and needed something to hold soap, shampoo etc. Instead of installing one of those wire baskets and ruining the line of the new shower stall, it was suggested to us to get a teak stool to use. Well why would I spend all the money on a stool when I...
  9. Bathtub carrier

    We have a window sill that we put all our shampoo and stuff on in the bathroom but I'm thinking that it will succumb to rot at some point, I don't like to have all of these bottles that become wet when showering up there so I saw a carrier like this one on the web somewhere and thought it would...
  10. Teak Shower Stool

    Last year we moved into our current home. I began learning woodworking shortly after we were settled. We are lucky to have a large-ish master shower with two independently-controlled heads. It's great. Right around the time we were planning on buying a shower stool from a kitchen and home store...
  11. Character European Oak Duckboard

    A bathroom addition for the conouisour of wood. Bursting with character in knots and cracks! Completey unique and can only be found here at Panga. Constructed of reclaimed European Oak, this large handcrafted duckboard would suit any contemporary bathroom, en-suite or shower room. Finished in a...
  12. Ebonised Oak Duckboard

    Right guys! No pitch….....no bull…......just a technique that works well with oak. Have been looking for a way to "stain" duckboards that will ensure no "run" or "fade" under the conditions the product is faced with. Vinegar solution with rusty nails and wire wool. Left for 4 days, strained...
  13. Jakarta Oak Duckboard

    Inspired design, completely unique and can only be found here at Panga. Constructed of reclaimed European Oak, this large handcrafted duckboard would suit any contemporary bathroom, en-suite or shower room. Finished in a light coating of natural oil to protect the piece from moisture, but also...
  14. Ipe outdoor shower platform

    Just completed this outdoor shower platform for a buddy of mine. He was looking for something he could leave outside year round down at his Jersey Shore house. Made completely of Ipe and held together with stainless screws. Sent him the pictures earlier and he seams to be pretty happy with the...
  15. Woodworking Skill Share
    Hi everyone, I have heard/read many differing opinions from woodworkers on running end grain cutting boards through a planer. I would really like to do this for a project that I am working on to get a nice, consistent plane on the work piece. Has anyone done this with success and have some...
  16. Woodworking Skill Share
    Something went weird with the original post. Let me try this again… I have built some doors for a small (4ft tall) bookcase. They will have frames, faux muntins and a single piece of glass in each door, when complete. The wood used to make the door frames (frame around the glass in the doors...
  17. Wood & Lumber
    Hello friends, I hope you are doing well. I am looking for suggestions for the wood type for a desk. The desk will be about 6ft by 4ft, and be place in my study. The study currently has a yellowish pine wood on the floor and has large windows on two sides. It is on the first floor, so I see...
  18. Blogs
    What finish should i use on teak bench? I have just completed a bench from ipe that will go in my shower but I have no idea what to use as a finish. I was thinking about an oil finish because I don't want a finish that will peel and flake off like what you see on sailboats team will. Any...
  19. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I picked up 2 older craftsman 113 series (113.299040, and 113.298032) of CL a while back and have been working on refurbishing them into one good table saw. I tore them down, cleaned everything up and reassembled. I have a set of PALS and aligning the blade to the miter slot with a home made jig...
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