|Project by Patrick Jaromin||posted 2003 days ago||2214 views||4 times favorited||7 comments|
Unlike most of my pieces, this one was based around purchased plans. I basically didn’t want to take a risk building a crib that would in some way be dangerous to my daughter…plus they were designed around specific hardware. I modified the aesthetics by replacing the “cherry pyramids” the plan called for with mahogany, zebra wood and bocote inlaid butterflies in the head panels. The end slats are cherry with the legs, frames and front/back gates/slates are built of maple to match the “butterfly crib”.
I have a full gallery of this project online at my blog.
We call the room this crib is in “the Room at Pooh Corner”
It’s based on a “classic Winnie-the-Pooh” theme and features 3d trees and a “pooh sticks” mural painted by my very talented sister in law.
Here’s the room from the post at HomeRefurbers.com:
-- Patrick, Chicago, IL http://www.TenonAndSpline.com/blog