|Project by Elvin||posted 10-23-2010 01:57 AM||1928 views||1 time favorited||5 comments|
I finished my wet bar and wanted to share the results with you. The base and upper cabinets are made out of Baltic Birch Plywood and the face frames, drawer fronts and doors are poplar and everything is spray painted Cottage White. All the cabinets are tongue and groove and I use a router bit set from “Sommerfeld’s Tools for wood.” I have been using his router bits for a couple of years and I am really satisfied with the results. Then came the glass panel doors. I never attempted this style of door before so it was another woodworking challenge. Again I used Sommerfeld’s glass panel router bit set and the results were very satisfactory. The muttons and mullions (I just learned that the cross pieces were called by these names) are glued together with 2P10 Solo Adhesive system. apply the adhesive and spray on the activator. Hold the pieces together for 10 seconds and it is stuck!The top of the wet bar is finished in granite with a 15”X15” sink. The last picture is me and my grandson relaxing after a hard day of installation. I hope you enjoy and if you have any questions, let me know.
-- Elvin, Southern California, "How great would life be if we lived a little of it everyday"