|Project by childress||posted 09-18-2008 07:07 PM||4500 views||2 times favorited||7 comments|
This is a wet bar I did for a customer that gutted one of his bathrooms in a remodel. The drain and water lines were already there! Probably one of the most difficult cabinet jobs I’ve done. Just because of all the 45 degree angles. All in all it turned out to be my best work to date. Two drawers and three pull outs all on soft close glides. I also used bluhm hinges designed for pull outs on the two cabs, they prop the door out of the way so you don’t have to use cleats on the cabinets and you get a full width drawer box…really cool. All boxes are black melamine with quarter sawn White oak. Wall cabinets are “display” boxes with dimming puck lights inside and underneath. As you can see, I still have to make a door for the fridge…He was originally going to get one with a glass door.
-- Childress Woodworks