|Project by Patrick Jaromin||posted 2292 days ago||5766 views||23 times favorited||27 comments|
I built this dresser/changing table for my first born, Annalise. It features a exotic wood butterfly inlay and curly maple “racing stripe” in the top, fluted cherry side and door panels, and a removable top “drawer box”. The main internal structure is birch plywood with frame-and-panel sides. The finish is hand-rubbed tung oil topped with a wipe on poly.
This was my first inlay attempt, and while rather simple I was pleased with how it turned out and have been experimenting with more intricate inlays since – like in the matching crib.
For more photos of the project, see my online gallery.
Here’s the hand-drafted construction drawing. This was before I discovered SketchUp!
Here’s the room from the post at HomeRefurbers.com:
-- Patrick, Chicago, IL http://www.TenonAndSpline.com/blog