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  1. Dining Room Wainscotting

    Here is a project I did last summer in the Dining Room - Really easy to make with very few tools. Hopefully, this will give others some ideas and help out. Made with 1/4 MDF on the wall and 1/2 MDF for the panels and stiles. Use poplar molding for all the other pieces. Took about a week to...
  2. Bead Board paneling and Wainscoting for the new baby's room.

    Being a new father really keeps you busy. So busy that I'm just getting around to posting this and we recently celebrated my daughter's first birthday. While we were expexting, my wife and I discussed building a built in dresser / changing table cabinet system, but the room was already small...
  3. "Beadboard" hamper for the kids room

    Paint dried on this and I finally got to attach the lid. I started this hamper for my kids' room a few weeks back. I bought the frame and panel materials but scrounged my scrap for supporting cleats and the lid. I'd been holding on to "Netherland Bulb" boards for a couple years having ripped...
  4. Cherry Wainscoting

    Here is the cherry wainscoting I designed and installed in my office downtown. The panels are stub tenon and groove construction, with a few well placed pocket hole screws to simplify assembly. Two corbels are let onto the stiles with 1/4" deep grooves. There are two 6' panels, one 32" panel...
  5. Built In Laminate and Cherry Desk

    This is a built in desk I made for my office downtown. It matches the wainscotting I posted recently. The desktop is laminate for durability, and the woodwork is cherry stained with Varathane dark walnut. Installation of the countertops was done on site. I mostly used wall cleats to support...
  6. Woodwork added to the hallway

    Adding some woodwork to the upstairs hallway in my Daughters house. It's just primered now but it looks much better.
  7. Woodworking Skill Share
    I have a dinning room that I would love to install hardwood flooring, but I have a concrete floor and live in a humid climate (Houston). I wanted your thoughts on possibly making some engineered wood flooring. I want to take 1/2" ply and laminate 1/4" or 1/8" solid wood to it. Cut the planks...
  8. Finishing
    Hi there, General handyman here, where I tackle most jobs in the house. My wife would like some wainscotting on the main floor, which will consist of 3 main walls. We're not doing anything too fancy, just a 4" top rail, 6" bottom rain and then 4" verticals. I have 2 questions. 1. Our walls...
  9. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I recently bought this planer from HD for a great price. I have had the same model for 4 years and it has worked fine. When I test cut a piece of 4/4 oak it would not run through the planer. Same result with a piece of pine. The boards were flat and square on all surfaces. I rose the cutter head...
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