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Solid Cherry Entertainment cabinet

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Project by Fuzzman posted 1810 days ago 2660 views 6 times favorited 21 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Solid cherry grain matched cabinet. All panels are book matched and their grains are also continuous on each side. It has touch controlled lighting with three zones. 1 for the center part 1 for the 2 sides and 1 for the up lighting. The cabinet was made in two pieces. A bottom cabinet and a top cabinet. It is almost 8 feet wide and almost 8 feet high.

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a1Jim

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#1 posted 1810 days ago

Great Job Fuzzman.

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kolwdwrkr

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#2 posted 1810 days ago

Thats a beaut! Very nice design

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#3 posted 1810 days ago

Agreed…beautiful job and design !!!

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isetegija

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#4 posted 1810 days ago

Most excellent work .

Thanks for sharing with us .

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DavidH

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#5 posted 1810 days ago

wow, great job!

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Kevin Depies

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#6 posted 1810 days ago

Very impressive work! The cherry looks beautiful. I’d like to know how you went about making the fluted arches; they’re very elegant.

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blockhead

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#7 posted 1810 days ago

Love the design. Color and finish are beautiful. Very well done!

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Scott Bryan

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#8 posted 1810 days ago

This is a beautiful cabinet. Adding the curved molding and curved panels to the upper cabinet gives the cabinet some interesting visual details. I just hope that you had some help in moving that cabinet in there. Even split into two pieces I am sure it weighs a ton. :)

How did you finish it?

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Greg Wurst

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#9 posted 1810 days ago

Wow! That looks great! You can build me one next. ;)

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wooleywoodsmith

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#10 posted 1810 days ago

very nice did you spin the raised panels yourself? how about the fluting? Very very nice, did one a few years ago for the wifey out of knotty alder about the same size but not as detailed. very nice project

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ND2ELK

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#11 posted 1809 days ago

Very impressive design and cabinet. You did a beautiful job on this piece. Thanks for posting.

God Bless
tom

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cabinetmaster

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#12 posted 1809 days ago

WOW. Great piece of furniture. You did an excellent job. I had never seen the flutes done on a curve before. This looks fantastic.

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Douglas Krueger

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#13 posted 1809 days ago

Exquisite design and fine craftsmanship. Going to have to ‘favorite’ this one as I am contemplating the same project and really like the looks of this one. Thanks for sharing

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Chips

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#14 posted 1804 days ago

Beautiful work. Exquisite design.

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Beginningwoodworker

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#15 posted 1804 days ago

Beautiful cabinet, Fuzzman.

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