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This is a project that was completed this past winter. It was my biggest woodworking undertaking to date an the first project to require an extended period of time to complete. There were a lot of first for me, first panel glue-ups, cope/stick doors, cabinet case work, face frames….etc. The bench that was there stuck out too far and collected dust under it. We decided it would be nice to utilize that space for storage….of something other than dust bunnies.
The two drawers in the center are on full extension slides and are sized to work as lateral filing cabinet drawers. The cabinets on the end don’t hold much since they are triangular, but they do provide a place to stash random items that end up in the living room.
The case is knotty alder plywood with knotty alder face frames. Doors are knotty alder with spalted maple plywood panels. The cabinet tops are spalted maple.
I have pictures of the entire process on my blogger page.
-- Jeremy Morgan, CO Front Range, http://lifeonwallst.blogspot.com/