|Project by Bob Areddy||posted 03-27-2014 01:55 AM||2321 views||3 times favorited||32 comments|
Guess what it is! I’ll add clues as needed.
1) Made of cherry, maple, walnut pulls, mahogany shelves, plywood back.
2) Finished with danish oil and shellac.
3) about 43” wide, 7” deep, total height about 8”.
This was a fun project. It’s heavy, and the top portion is removable for cleaning purposes. 80 holes drilled. Top row of holes are 1”, and vertical. Other holes are 3/4, 5/8, and 3/8, slanted at about an 18 degree angle to the right. It was kinda cool spacing them out so they all ended up evenly.
Drawers are cherry and maple fronts made with box joints.
First time EVER using shellac. I see some promise, especially in the low odor area. Also silky smooth, which is nice.
-- --Bob http://www.areddy.net/wood