|Project by Wes Giesbrecht||posted 10-30-2010 11:39 PM||1024 views||0 times favorited||6 comments|
Some casework I built about 15 years ago. Never did have digitals until a couple of days ago, since I’m now back in the same house, building a basement suite kitchen for these customers.
The lady of the house asked for lots of different levels. The idea of doing it in a curve was my ex’s.
So, what we have is built in main spkrs as well as woofer down below, tweeters up top and the small vertical nick-knack shelf houses the rear surround sound spkrs.
A wine rack with a turn table below for liquor bottles.
A concave door made of glass slats.
The TV and stereo compartments also have the sliding doors. They’re made up like roll top desks.
I saw after I took these pics that one set is closed but not centered. (took these in a real hurry) There was stop originally, that centered the doors that is obviously broken. I’ll fix that sometime soon at another visit to the house.
The stereo components are house in a separate cabinet that’s built on a turntable so that it can be swiveled 180º to deal with cords etc. They asked for a small amount of cassette storage and a larger CD storage area.
All of the curved edges and the glass door frame etc. are bent laminate work.
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