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Project by Chris Davis posted 828 days ago 1711 views 5 times favorited 14 comments Add to Favorites Watch

These are a couple chest of drawers that I modeled after on from one of my suppliers. The customer loved the style but wanted it in oak. The only color available was a cappuccino finish. They also changed up the sizes a little. It was built and finished in December 2011.

It has a post and panel style sides. The bottom is arched to leave it open. I also gaped the space between the drawer fronts a little more then normal. Normally I leave a 1/4” gap, but this time I left about a 1/2” to keep with the original design. One that I did deviate from was the drawer guides. The one from my supplier had epoxy coated side mount rails. I chose to use the ball barring full extension rails.

Building Picture
one of the side panels
one of the cases being built
Both ready for the finish

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Chipy

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#1 posted 828 days ago

Nice clean classic lines with slight modern feel from the finish nice job!

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Chris Davis

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#2 posted 828 days ago

Thanks Chipy.

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ed220

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#3 posted 828 days ago

Very nice. really nice construction and color. Good job !!

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Lou Scott

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#4 posted 827 days ago

Could use them as over sized nightstands lol!

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Chris Davis

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#5 posted 827 days ago

Thanks Ed.

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helluvawreck

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#6 posted 827 days ago

You really did a nice job on these. They look really good. Congratulations.

helluvawreck

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Chris Davis

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#7 posted 827 days ago

Thanks Helluvawreck.

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a1Jim

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#8 posted 827 days ago

A great set of chest, beautiful work.

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Chris Davis

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#9 posted 827 days ago

Thank you Jim.

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#10 posted 827 days ago

Very nicely done

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#11 posted 827 days ago

Beautiful work!

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doncutlip

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#12 posted 827 days ago

Very smart looking, well built

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Chris Davis

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#13 posted 827 days ago

Thank you!

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albachippie

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#14 posted 827 days ago

These are lovely, great job as usual. Did you use mortice and tenon for the rails?

Thanks for posting,

Garry

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