|Project by exterminate||posted 11-06-2012 07:14 PM||1461 views||2 times favorited||8 comments|
I’m relatively new to the finer side of wood working, but have done projects around the house and in my garage for the last decade. I tackled some shop cabinets earlier in the year, and one of my coworkers afforded me the opportunity to try kitchen cabinets after seeing the shop cabinets. This is the first time I’ve used wood that didn’t come from Home Depot, and wasn’t Pine! The cabinets are .75” baltic birch plywood carcasses with .5” backs. The ff, drawers, doors and panels are all soft maple finished with a natural stain and three coats of poly. They aren’t perfect, but I’ve gotten nothing but praise from my co-worker, and more importantly, his wife.
Thanks for looking,
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