|Project by Pabs||posted 06-22-2009 08:27 PM||2084 views||2 times favorited||12 comments|
here’s a few pics from my bathroom corner cabinet.(finished a while back just never had time to upload the pics!)
entire cabinet was made with Cherry, solid wood for the door frames and trim
plywood was used to make the boxes
my doors came out ok in the end…had some issues with my mortises. but thanks to the tips on this forum I managed to fix my problem!
you can view that topic here
the door joints are all mortise and tenon …actually used a haunched tenon for added strength… first time using that technique… not much harder, just an extra step really… and if it makes for a stronger joint then it was worth it
the wood panel on the bottom doors is actually mahogany ply. it was Cherry on the side but it was a bit damaged,so I went with that side…
made for darker panels, I like it though..
last three pics show the haunched tenon as well as my panels when being glued… .you can see from the pic that I fixed the flatness issue
anyway, thanks for the tips all
oh…and I know, I know… you shouldn’t use our table saw top as a workbench… but as you all know, we don’t all have Norm’s workshop! hehe