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Project by CJay posted 628 days ago 1510 views 2 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

A nice simple project and went together wonderfully easily.

Plywood carcass pocket holed together to allow assembly onsite. White oak face frame. And two oak frame sliding doors.

-- Chris Boreham, Oxfordshire, UK - http://www.chrisboreham.co.uk - http://throughwoodeneyes.tumblr.com/





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Monte Pittman

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#1 posted 628 days ago

Nice looking piece

-- Mother Nature created it, I just assemble it. - It's not ability that we often lack, but the patience to use our ability

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Ken90712

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#2 posted 628 days ago

Nice job, should serve you well. What are the door panels made of? It won’t be long before you have to move your clothes somewhere eles like it did when the better half gets more and more clothes and shoes. Smile.

-- Ken, "Everyday above ground is a good day!"

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CJay

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#3 posted 624 days ago

Thanks.

The door panels are hand made paper.

All problems with space are entirely the clients. She tells me it’s much better than the rail she had before.

-- Chris Boreham, Oxfordshire, UK - http://www.chrisboreham.co.uk - http://throughwoodeneyes.tumblr.com/

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joseph000

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#4 posted 506 days ago

Beautiful job.When it comes to having storage space in your home, you will find that nothing works as well as a quality wardrobe. Whether you are looking for a walk in wardrobe or a built in one, you will find that any type of wardrobe will give you more than enough space in which to store your items.

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Cameron Robertson

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#5 posted 387 days ago

Great job! I did not know at first that the doors were made of handmade paper. Such a creative idea. I thought they were thin wooden panels fixed together with the oak frames. I like the concept of sliding doors for my storage wardrobe as well. They save space as compared to pull-out doors that need additional space when they open out. Sliding doors are perfect for rooms that have space constraint.

-- Cameron Robertson, Manager of storage Dee Why - http://supercheapselfstorage.com.au/facilities/sydney/northern-beaches/self-storage/cameron-robertson/

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