The Hutch #1: Making a hutch for the Kitchen...

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Blog entry by RichClark posted 08-12-2010 05:33 AM 1250 reads 0 times favorited 0 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Wife and I make a design and I am tasked with making a hutch for the kitchen

It will be in two parts (as the item it replaces is just a kinda sideboard with a few drawers and a lone shelf behind a door. This should be a huge improvement (casue she designed it and as long as I stick to the design I cannot go wrong!).

The bottom half started with a lot of web surfing and finally an order from “OSBORN” woodworks they make a crap load of turned junk and other architectural items. Anyway we got 4 turned post beams for the legs/corners of the case. The legs have a small flat near the bottom that will serve as a place to hang a shelf. This hutch will get all the “soda/ice tea/crapola” that is stored next to the current one of the fricking floor.

The dimensions are something like 39Hx21Wx47L. It is all done in red oak from the box store plywood and hardwood.

Ill try to figure out the posting pictures of it… but its almost done and may just wind up a project…

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