|Project by Vincent Nocito||posted 10-28-2014 03:40 PM||2060 views||4 times favorited||11 comments|
This small cabinet is the first piece for a family room remodel. It measures 38” W x 17” d x 24” h. It is built form QSWO (both solid and plywood). The cabinet was built using stub tenons, dado joints and hiddel pocket hole joinery. The cabinet is finished with brownish red Trans Tint dye, General Georgian cherry gel stain, satin Arm-R- Seal and clear Briwax. The finished is a bit darker and redder than previous piecces to match the planned color scheme.
The cabinet consists of a face frame and back panel.
The carcase is made from 0.75” QSWO plywood.
The legs are tapered to give the cabinet an Art & Crafts/Asian appearance. The drawer hardware are bronze mission pulls.
The drawer runners (not shown) are oak with a top guide to keep the drawers from tipping. The drawer boxes are flat sawn oak (photo 3) and use locking miter joints. The drawer front is QSWO.
Overall, a fun and easy project and another item off of my very long to do list.