Small Cherry Wall Cabinet

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Project by TominTexas posted 12-24-2010 12:30 AM 2959 views 0 times favorited 8 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This is a small cherry wall cabinet that I recently completed. The dentil trim is composed of maple and walnut with the rest of the cabinet in cherry. It’s approximately 25” in height x 12” wide x 5” deep and is designed to attach to the wall with a french cleat.

The finish is Tru Oil. Thanks for looking.


-- East Side of Big D

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#1 posted 12-24-2010 12:45 AM

Great looking cabinet and the craftsmanship looks excellent too!

-- Tom, Surfside Beach, SC - Romans 8:28

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#2 posted 12-24-2010 01:52 AM

Oh yea. I am liking this one.
Fantastic job,

-- -- I'm no rocket surgeon

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#3 posted 12-24-2010 02:50 AM

I like Tru Oil on cherry. Does the cabinet have a purpose? Is that a ship lap back, would like to see a close up pic if it is. Very nice cabinet out of my favorite wood.

-- Tom,

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#4 posted 12-24-2010 03:15 AM

Absolutely beautiful job.

Did you half lap … or T&G … or ? ... the back panels ??

Very, very nice !

Thanks for posting it !

-- -- Neil

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#5 posted 12-24-2010 02:28 PM

A very nice job! I’ve got to make some myself, hope they turn out as good. I love working with cherry.

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#6 posted 12-24-2010 04:48 PM

Great work, nice lines and details…

-- Ken, "Everyday above ground is a good day!"

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#7 posted 12-24-2010 04:56 PM

Very lovely cabinet. Good details and craftsmanship. Thanks for sharing.

-- Don - Rochester, NY

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#8 posted 12-25-2010 12:43 AM

Thanks for the comments – to answer Neil’s question concerning the back – it’s a lapped joint with a bead cut to dress it up a bit. The bead for the back panels as well as the bead on the top molding was cut with a shop made scratch stock – simple tool that produces a pretty nice bead and is faster than setting up the router table!


-- East Side of Big D

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