Maple kitchen

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Project by Ladislav posted 12-16-2014 03:48 AM 1795 views 1 time favorited 13 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This one took me about 7 weeks and still need about two days to finish install , routering the diamonds was pain but made a huge diferent so it was worth the effort :))

-- Viviens home reno, orlando florida

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#1 posted 12-16-2014 03:26 PM

Beautiful job. That Maple took color nicely. What did you use to finish it?

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#2 posted 12-16-2014 03:29 PM

Thank you ! I used lenmar , stain and lacquer , like that stuff

-- Viviens home reno, orlando florida

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#3 posted 12-16-2014 04:17 PM

Great work

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#4 posted 12-16-2014 04:21 PM


-- Sam Hamory - The project is never finished until its "Finished"!

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#5 posted 12-16-2014 04:22 PM

Great work.. I really like the dividers below the cabinets

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#6 posted 12-16-2014 04:25 PM

Impressive cabinets great job.

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#7 posted 12-16-2014 04:35 PM

You made that? Looks completely professional. Great job!

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#8 posted 12-16-2014 05:32 PM

very nicely done

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#9 posted 12-16-2014 09:23 PM

Great job. I was wondering if you can share how you did the pattern for the raised panels. Did you have to sand the grooves with a finer grit and were they tough to stain? Thanks.

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#10 posted 12-17-2014 03:54 AM

Thank you Chris and the pattern i router it with small trimer and V bit, once doors were assembled I did out like by running trimmer on the inside edge of the door frame and that I had lil triangle cut out from scrap and put that in the corner and did first line , than I kept adding 2 inch pacer strips and kept adding lines , than I did same from other corner , key is to start with biggest doors and work your way to smaler ones so you just keep cutting down your spacers , stain , and glaze i spray so it was easy and realy didn’t doo any sanding in grooves came out smooth ( it’s mdf flat panel with maple veneer ) :))

-- Viviens home reno, orlando florida

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#11 posted 12-17-2014 04:52 AM

Very attractive kitchen. Did you make all the moldings and corbels, too?


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#12 posted 12-17-2014 04:55 AM

Thank you , I purchased the corbels but had to redo them lil to make it work and besides the 3 1/4 top crown piece everithing else I made .

-- Viviens home reno, orlando florida

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#13 posted 12-17-2014 07:16 PM

These are beautiful. I don’t like the textured ceiling, but what can you do. I certainly hope the owner removes the florescent tube lights at the very least. Such formal cabinetry deserves formal lighting.

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