|Blog series by Paul||updated 10-20-2009 08:18 PM||3 parts||11918 reads||10 comments total|
It’s been nine months since I posted a blog and over a year since I posted a project. Time flies. Well, I’ve wanted to rebuild the book shelves in my study for some time. The volume of books had outgrown my current shelving capacity (96” wide and 48” tall). I had been confused by the book shelves in my church study though. I have never worked with mahogany, but they appeared to be made of mahogany. And for some unfathomable reason (in my mind), they had been...
I’ll post a “distant” pic but no close-ups on this one. Really disappointed in how it’s coming together as I install in the study. But, I’m going to live with it because I’m tired of sitting among a pile of books.
Click on thumbs for larger view Before After A little detail Bisquit joinery, MinWax Red Mahogany Oil Stain, Semi-Gloss Poly (sprayed), Recycled Shelving Lumber. Six modular stacking units