|Project by ldl||posted 08-28-2012 12:37 AM||2641 views||6 times favorited||8 comments|
In the past bread was just placed in the corner on a wire rack where the cabinet now rest. My wife asked me to make her a cabinet for the bread to go in. I used pine shelving board for the material. It is finished with water based Polyurethane.
I used pocket holes to assy the facing. I attached the facing with bisquets. I used my recently finished router table to cut the slots in the doors. Because of spacing problems with her dish rack I made the doors to tip up and slide inside the cabinet on pins.
My wife was well pleased with the cabinet. It was a little lighter in color than the Maple kitchen cabinets but didn’t look to bad.
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