|Project by Keni||posted 10-09-2007 01:29 AM||1512 views||0 times favorited||5 comments|
Here are a set of cabinets that I built between a chimney and exterior wall and there was a hot water baseboard heater that the customer wanted me to leave and work around. She also wanted access to be able to clean and if necessary, bleed the unit. I made the little panels on the bottom removable and I made the keeper knobs by hand for an old world feel. The unit is obviously made of Red Oak and the contrasting wood is Walnut. She had a tree taken down about 20 years ago at their last house and she had been saving the wood (which she had sawed up for her to use later) for a special project and I guess she finally found one! I laminated the front of the shelves with the Walnut too.
-- Williamsport, MD