|Project by cabinetmaster||posted 06-20-2009 01:38 AM||4736 views||2 times favorited||24 comments|
Here are 2 more archways and cabinets that I recently completed. They are made from Mahoganey with crotch mahoganey veneer for the panels. The arches are made with stiles and rails with a burl veneer panel and a cockbead molding inside the stiles and rails. The arch over the door is only 3/4” thick and will be trimmed out with 5” casing. The archway between the cabinets is 19” deep and we made a substructure from scrap plywood to form the arch. I then used a 3/8” bendy board for the arched panel and veneered it with mahogany burl veneer. The ached frame was laminated up with 1/4” strips to get to 3/4”. I then applied a cockbead to the inside of the frame. The stone was placed before we put the arch up.
All critiques, good or bad will be appreciated.
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