|Project by Dusty||posted 02-21-2007 10:03 PM||1931 views||3 times favorited||8 comments|
I built this because I like the looks of it.
I have a mother- in- law -kitchen in my down stairs level. I thought what a great place to store caned goods and dry goods. I am short cupboard space.
Nice thought. didn’t work out like that.
Oh the cupboard is in the kitchen alright. However, its out side of a new bathroom I added.
It currently holds my towels and bathroom linen.
Works for that to.
Besides, like I would be lucky enough to have a pie sitting around that needed storage.
I’m more likely to clean up my shop like I have been threatening to do, for- oh- let me see – about 5 years now.
This piece is one that I took right from a book of plans I had . The only thing I changed was some methods of construction.
It is 15 inches deep x20 inches wide x 60 inches tall.
From the department of me being stupid,(again) I would suggest you buy the tins pre-punched from the factory. They are pricey yes. You have no idea how much work and silly it is to sit there and punch out those tins one at a time . There is a pattern furnished with the blank puter tins.
Never again, please refer to me as Dusty the former “tinner”
This project isn’t diffcult to build at all. I think it only took a couple days to build. You can make it out of any wood you want an and finish it as you like.
This is make out of red oak.
I finished using my 12 step mission staining process.