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I made this for a customer to match an existing Ethan Allen desk. Its on the third floor of an old town house and had to lifted through the window by piano movers
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#1 posted 01-26-2011 11:51 PM
Work looks good.
Here’s a small hint – open the graphic in MS Paint, or any other graphic editor and “Rotate picture 90 degrees counter-clockwise (left)”. It would make your work look a LOT better! :-)
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#2 posted 01-27-2011 01:17 AM
Looks great! But how do you get it to stay on the wall like that. ;-)
Seriously, it’s looks like a very well done set. The photos are a little blurry—what type of wood and finish did you use?
-- "hold fast to that which is good"
#3 posted 01-27-2011 07:51 PM
Idid rotate it, but somethjng on the LJ causes the photo to be cropped off as if you had not rotated it. So I gave up.
#4 posted 01-27-2011 09:38 PM
I used a wiping varnish over gel stain.
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#5 posted 02-12-2011 10:56 PM
Hi Mcase… i love your bed design. I also have a Festool for the spindles too. Is there any design drawings that you could afford me?? Thanks, Jay
#6 posted 02-13-2011 01:55 AM
Unfortunately this bed was designed was in my pre-Sketchup days. I drafted it on graph paper. I would be glad to share, but the plans are on paper not a disc or hard drive and I don’t know how to forward them.
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