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Project by Ryan Corrigan posted 2714 days ago 1471 views 0 times favorited 11 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Red Oak ECenter, Holds over 200 DVD’s, Plenty of other storage, Adjustable for an even bigger TV.

-- Ryan Corrigan Sadieville, KY

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#1 posted 2714 days ago

That’s really beautiful Ryan. I really like the way you handled the drawers. An unusual approach for an entertainment center, sorta Shakerish, and it really works great. Thanks alot for sharing.

-- Better to say nothing and be thought the fool... then to speak and erase all doubt!

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#2 posted 2714 days ago

Very nice, and lots of storage for equipment as well as other things. Nice finish..

-- Max "Desperado", Salt Lake City, UT

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#3 posted 2714 days ago

So just in case the tv isn’t big enough???? LOL!

Beautiful. I love red oak.

-- Charlie M. "Woodworking - patience = firewood"

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#4 posted 2714 days ago

Great looking EC, Ryan. Where do you get your wood?

-- JP, Shelbyville, KY

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Ryan Corrigan

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#5 posted 2714 days ago

JP, I get all of my kiln dried wood and sheet stock from Hardwood Specialties here in Lexington. I can give you a phone # if you need it. They treat me great there.


-- Ryan Corrigan Sadieville, KY

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#6 posted 2714 days ago

Very nice center. Out TV just sits in the middle of the wall. This might be just the thing to get it under control.

-- I've been blessed with a father who liked to tinker in wood, and a wife who lets me tinker in wood. Southern Delaware †

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#7 posted 2714 days ago

how does the adjustment for a bigger tv work?

when I saw this I thought of our tv situation. We have vaulted ceilings and the tv/stand seem dwarfed or out of proportion. Plus I feel guilty that I bought one of those metal/glass stands (I should have built one, <sigh>).

Yours looks great!

-- MikeB, Aurora, Oregon

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Ryan Corrigan

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#8 posted 2712 days ago

The two end units slide out farther. The center cubbys are proud of the ends by a couple of inches allowing the crown from the ends to run past the “joint” so the ends can slide out without redoing any of the moulding. All that is required is to remove a couple of screws and reposition. I hope that made sense. If it did not I can email you a drawing.

-- Ryan Corrigan Sadieville, KY

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#9 posted 2709 days ago

very nice! ive been looking into making one myself. i like the design! and how you have room for alot of stuff around it!

-- "What one can make with good tools is limited only by one's talent" (

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#10 posted 2685 days ago

Love the hardwood floor, and yes, the cabinet looks pretty good too!

Great job.

-- Carpe Lignum; Tornare Lignum (Seize the wood, to Turn the wood)

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