|Project by Timber4fun||posted 11-18-2009 11:40 PM||2330 views||4 times favorited||14 comments|
This project actually came from a mistake I made on a previous project. I measured the width of the cabinet door and then cut the pieces appropriately. Well, when cutting I forgot to incorporate the width of the side rails of the cabinet door so my doors ended up being too wide. That resulted in making new cabinet doors. I am not sure if this ever happens to anyone else, but it seems to happen to me every so often. In the end, I had two extra cabinet doors I didn’t know what to do with. One of those incorrectly measured doors turned into a new project—this project. It actually turned out well. The original project is finished as well, but I have yet to post any pictures. I will soon. I still have an extra cabinet door to work with to boot. I’ll have to think up another project. Ideas are welcome.
This project is roughly 46 inches tall by 34 inches wide by 12 inches deep. It is made of hard maple. I plan to stain it a dark brown (English Chestnut most likely). Cheers.
-- Tim from Iowa City, IA