Pew with storage Reclaimed wood

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Project by dvd812 posted 373 days ago 922 views 0 times favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I used 3/4” t&g for my panels, seat, back. 1” for all framing and arm rest and all other parts. When I first put t&g for the seat I have found it better to use 2 1/4” wide in order to fit the contour of the seat. As it transitions onto the upper round of the seat I had to cut out the bottom on the grove so it would fit snug on top. This pew measures 36” H x 24” D x 48” W. All wood used is reclaimed pine. Finished with dark wood tone stain and 5 coats lacquer, sanding between each application. Thanks for looking.

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#1 posted 373 days ago

very nice,excellent work.great re-use of wood.

-- Marty.Athens,AL

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#2 posted 373 days ago

Real nice work

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#3 posted 372 days ago

great re-use of the pine!
i really like when reclaimed wood is used for a well thought out piece
it shows the inherent value of the wood and the piece itself
excellent job

-- Greg Simon

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#4 posted 370 days ago

It’s beautiful, great design especially the storage. Looks well crafted and solid. Great recycle of the wood.

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