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Built In Cedar Closet

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Project by Jeff Dubofsky posted 370 days ago 850 views 0 times favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I refinished the inside of my garage and needed more closet space to rotate the summer/winter coats and shoes from our indoor hallway closet (how many coats and shoes can a family of 4 have? Right?). This built-in is made from birch ply and poplar along with some scrap pine I used to mill the moldings. A tongue and groove cedar finishes the interior.

I used a standard interior/exterior latex to finish.

-- jdubo, Hartland Wisconsin..."If you see a flaw in my work take a (big) step back!"





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Tomoose

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#1 posted 370 days ago

That is sure to be a handy addition.

- Tom

-- cut it twice and it's still too short...

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Holz_und_Geschichte41

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#2 posted 370 days ago

Looks Great, and the smell of cedar on the coats next winter will be a plus! Nice Work!

-- Ryan, Arizona

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Fishinbo

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#3 posted 367 days ago

Good looking cabinet! Like the cedar and it’s a great and big storage for family member’s stuff, very functional. Well done!

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Jeff Dubofsky

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#4 posted 367 days ago

Thanks!

-- jdubo, Hartland Wisconsin..."If you see a flaw in my work take a (big) step back!"

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