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Project by toolspud posted 717 days ago 619 views 1 time favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I am a new boy to this site and I am rubbish with computers ! I have just managed to find out how to post photo’s of projects.
But I am also useless with camera’s so the photo’s are very poor. Sorry about that but I try harder next time.
The wife nagged me to pieces about having some fitted wardrobes in our bedroom. It took three years of nagging before I got around to it. But finally she has her wardrobes.
Nothing special here, just good old trusty pre-veneered 18mm mdf with solid oak lippings.
She’s pleased.

-- toolspud





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Doss

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#1 posted 715 days ago

Looks fine to me. Good job. My wife has been wanting me to build the same thing.

-- "Well, at least we can still use it as firewood... maybe." - Doss

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#2 posted 715 days ago

Hi Doss,
Thank you. Sometimes simplicity says it all.
I was going to inlay some Wenge into the face of the doors but was worried it would age them and thought contemporary and clean would suffice.
Good luck with yours !
Toolspud.

-- toolspud

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#3 posted 715 days ago

Oh, a tip on the pictures, if your camera has an exposure setting (usually a +/- symbol), bump it down 1 negative setting to slightly underexpose. It’ll reduce the white out effect you’re getting.

Are the handles long stainless steel bar pulls?

-- "Well, at least we can still use it as firewood... maybe." - Doss

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#4 posted 715 days ago

Hi Doss,
Thanks for your help.
You might be horified when I tell you that I do not have a camera. I use my mobile phone !!!
Guess that is why they are crap !!!
I have just bought a cheap Nikon from amazon so hopefully I will get the pictures better. Unless they are pulled from my archive.
yes they are stainless bar handles. Is that good or bad ?
All the best,
toolspud.

-- toolspud

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#5 posted 715 days ago

Not a problem on the SS handles. I was just wondering.

Also, most people use their phone cam so it’s the norm. Usually though, a point and shoot will take a lot better pics even in the hands of a novice.

-- "Well, at least we can still use it as firewood... maybe." - Doss

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#6 posted 715 days ago

Cheers Doss. I used the ss bars to give a modern contemporary type look. I was a bit worried they looked to commercial/industrial.
But if anyone asks I will say they are architectural !!!
I will get my camera issues fixed up soon.
Many thanks and best wishes,
toolspud.

-- toolspud

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