|Project by Grantman||posted 12-08-2010 07:08 AM||1918 views||1 time favorited||6 comments|
My sister lives in rural Tennessee in a home that’s very rustic with lots of exposed red and white oak beams. Her kitchen is limited in space so I made this cart for her that she can store next to her cabinets to stay out of the way on a day-to-day basis yet roll into the middle to work on. It’s both red and white oak to match the interior and the cutting board top is a Spagnuolo design. It just seemed to fit.
The funniest part is she was coming in for a visit and I had to finish the project quickly. I glued it up before I realized I never put the dowels in. I had to bend what I could bend and break and re-glue what I could re-glue. (KD oak doesn’t bend very well, in case you didn’t know). After a little sanding, no one’s the wiser. ‘cept me and her, of course. Shhhh. Y’all can keep a secret, can’t you?
13” x 25” X 29”