|Project by MrZ||posted 07-16-2013 05:44 PM||1242 views||5 times favorited||6 comments|
This is a changing table/dresser I made for my son’s nursery. It matches his crib, and is from the Wood Magazine plans. I made a few changes mainly on the drawer faces, instead of using plywood and framing it with trim as the plans call for, I used solid cherry. I rabbited walnut along the tops of the drawer fronts to serve as pulls, as I didn’t want to put knobs on the beautiful cherry. The walnut follows a curve to repeat the curve on the top of the dresser and extends out about 3/4”; just enough to grip.
Finish on the cherry is a shellac wash coat followed by cherry gel stain and topped with wipe on poly. The walnut was filled with shellac to give it smooth surface and topped with wipe on poly.
Thanks for looking!