|Project by Charles Mullins||posted 1880 days ago||958 views||1 time favorited||10 comments|
Here’s a cabinet I made for an older lady that had to move her buffet to change her A/C filter. She wanted more surface area and storage. As a result it has castors hidden behind the bracket feet so it can be easily moved.
It’s made of red oak and has poplar as a secondary wood inside for the drawer sides.
It was finished with Minwax Early American stain with some red oak stain added for more of a reddish cast followed with a glaze of burnt umber. It is sealed with semigloss poly and then hand rubbed with 000 steel wool for the gloss desired.
-- God makes the wood beautiful--I simply rearrange it to make it more useful, hopefully.