|Project by bbbb||posted 08-15-2009 11:36 AM||1400 views||1 time favorited||16 comments|
This is my first attempt at building a bookcase as a newbie, my daughter requested I make one for her as wedding gift, so based on the brief she provided this was my interpretation of her requirements.
The materials used for the project were as follows, the corner posts were solid oak,the side panels comprised oak veneerd oak cored blockboard, this was also used for the fixed and movable shelves which were lipped with solid oak, the dust frames were constructed from tulipwood and oak using mortice and tenon joinery with MDF panels, front and rear cross rails oak, tied to the side panels, the drawer boxes were maple using through dovetail joints with beech drawer fronts complete with brass drawer pulls and full extension soft closung runners, the inserts in the fascia are rosewood, finally the crowm moulding was made demountable for transportation purposes.
Hopfully with time and effort I will get better.
-- Bill,Bonnie Scotland