|Project by Woodbutchery||posted 10-10-2008 06:52 PM||4530 views||4 times favorited||8 comments|
So, as proof that I actually do some work around the house, I had an idea for putting up dividers in the large cabinet above the stove. This area is huge, and we were using it to store pans and such, but as mentioned in another post, the amount of atomic bonding that seemed to be happening between each and every piece in the cabinet was amazing; you would have thought that there was a random spraying of crazy glue from time to time to make things stick together so.
I took some scrap plywood to create spacers, and some 1/2” birch to create the dividers. Cut to size, sanded, finished with spar urethane, and with the help of my son got the pieces installed.
I plan on putting some trim to hide the facing of the bottom and top spacers, but have to get with SWMBO before that finish is done.
-- Making scrap with zen-like precision - Woodbutchery