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  1. Walnut table

    I had some walnut left over from the crib so i thought I'd practice some mortise and tenon joints with the new tenon cutter for the table saw. Simple TV stand for a weekend project. Oh by the way, Mountaineers VS Terapins tomorrow night (9/12/07). Mounties by 21
  2. LARGE Entertainment Center

    Here is something I just completed, colors are something that I'm new to but I think It came out alright. I used ebony dye and polyurithane, in the future I think I'll try and find a different option though.
  3. Entertainment built in

    My wife has decided she wants a built in cabinet for the Big screen and some shelves for the books. I intend to build three cabinet bases with the middle one standing proud a couple inches, then add bookcase shelves on the outer two and pedestal shelves in the middle for the DVD and VCR stuff...
  4. Country style Credenza

    Here is a Credenza I delivered about a month back. This was based off a few pictures the client found. I also sold them one of my Old English dining sets. This was finished to match.
  5. Oak TV Stand | Custom

    This is a Television Stand that was completed on 9-10-2007. I didn't completely build the piece. It was started by the husband of one of my customers. The customer I built the Bookcase/End Tables and The Black Lacquer Bookcases for. Her husband passed away before competing them. After...
  6. Suitcase end table

    My wife got this Suitcase from her aunt and wanted to convert it to a functional end table. I bought a foldable tv tray and mounted it to the bottom of the Suitcase but thought it could offer more functionality. So, I made a drawer that blends in and the latches also work and can actually lock...
  7. TV stand with storage

    This was my largest project to date. It took longer than I thought, but I still consider myself a beginner. I'm not sure if I'll ever get past that. LOL The carcass (including the back) is 3/4" oak plywood, the drawer boxes are 1/2" Baltic birch, the top, face frame, drawer/door rails...
  8. Tailgate TV Console (on Truck Cargo Carrier)

    This is the first official 'woodworking' project that I have completed. I have been working with wood for a several years but mostly building decks and finishing the basement. This project came out of a need for a TV to watch while we tailgate in Athens at UGA games. It's essentially a 3/4"...
  9. TV Stand

    My eldest stepson got a new TV and gifted us with his old one, which was too wide for our existing entertainment center (a second hand cheap particle board big box special). So I built a new one. Nothing fancy. It's 1/2 inch birch plywood and resawn common pine from Home Depot, held together...
  10. Entertainment Center Pallet Wall

    My wife and I are in the process of adding our own style to our first home. We are a little more rustic/industrial or shabby chic as they call it. We were able to get ahold of some really nice disassembled oak pallets through work. We washed, ripped, and added a few coats of poly to give these a...
  11. TV case

    A simple tv case for our living room I made from pieces of oak I collected from everywhere - Frank Boer
  12. Entertainment Center for 73" TV | Custom

    This is an entertainment center that was completed in February 2010. It was built for a 73" television. The customer gave me free reign on the project. I built is as a "built in" to be built in the shop and assembled on site. I chose Pine wood with a clear coat to match the wall paneling...
  13. TV Shelf

    This is a wall mounted shelf for a cable modem and DVD player requested by the girlie. Time spent in workshop > time spent driving to ikea. This isn't really my style at all, but as far as she's concerned it could have been made of plastic. I used MDF because I had it, as well as some pine...
  14. Oak shelf

    My wife wanted an apple-motif shelf for a spot in our dining area, and saw one at a craft fair that she liked. In true woodworker fashion I said to her, "I can make one of those for you" A few short years later…I finally did. As you can see, it didn't take all that long to fill it with...
  15. Black Walnut TV Stand

    The only screws or nails used in this entire project were used to make the rolling base with 2X4's. Everything else was pegged and glued. Sorry the pics aren't that great. The pictures do not do justice for this piece. Finished with Tung Oil.
  16. Big Screen TV Entertainment Cabinet

    Entertainment cabinet constructed from cherry and baltic birch to match an exisitng set of coffee and end tables. The shelves are tinted black glass as is the glass in the doors. There is a hidden wire chase below the cabinet and an integral power conditioner/protector. The center channel...
  17. salvaged wood wall unit

    made from salvaged pine beams lightly planed and sanded for rough aged look cabinets on bottom for storage fireplace surround is waiting for stone veneer to be finished www.SHAUNKILLMAN.com
  18. Entertainment credenza

    This is another project I made a few years ago after buying a new flat screen TV. The old style entertainment armoires don't work for these new TVs and I wanted something a bit more sleek and contemporary to match my changing tastes. It is made of maple veneered plywood and solid cherry for...
  19. Entertainment Unit

    This is a TV stand I made for my parents over Christmas. I saw a hall table somebody made at work that had a similar look so I decided to base my design on that. I used Birch plywood for the cabinets and doors and solid birch for the legs. I finished it with a dark walnut stain and three coats...
  20. Adjustable Library Stand

    This Library Stand can be used to read books in your library, as a lectern, or as a stand up desk with your tablet or laptop. It features bent-wood laminated parts for the feet, stretchers and the mechanism that tilts the top. It is featured in Episodes Three and Four of my TV show, Woodcademy...
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