|Project by Juriathe||posted 06-07-2015 02:59 AM||806 views||0 times favorited||3 comments|
A co-worker was opening a new shop in the local flea market and wanted an eye-catching display cabinet so I made them this from 85% reclaimed pine and birch wood. They wanted it to look old and worn. The corbels are an auction buy for $1.00 that I used to basically build the design around. The glass in the two windows came from an old aquarium. The unit measures 6 ft long, 42 inches tall. It has sliding doors on back for the display area with swinging doors underneath for storage.
They wanted it to have a “red” finish so I went with Minwax gel stain in Mahogany.
The cabinet doubles as a workbench and is just an attractive piece of furniture for their storefront.
I’d love to load a few more views but it keeps putting them upside down. This is the only view I could get in right.
Any help would be appreciated !
Thanks for looking.
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