|Child's Glider Chair
I made this Glider Chair for my youngest Grandson, Colby. I used a plan from Rockler to get the basic pattern (click here to get plan). I made this chair from White Oak and my wife did the upholstry work. I used Golden Oak stain and finished in with 4 coats of spray-on polyurethane.
I built 2 of these benches for a customer. She didn't want to spend a lot of money on them because she's going to paint them, so I made them out of pressure treated lumber. I used a set of plans that I got from PlansNOW, with very few modifications. All the joints are mortise & tenon and Tite-Bond III glue, the only screws are the ones holding the slats and I covered them with plugs I cut-out with a plug cutter. I made the mortises with my Delta Mortiser and cut tenons using my table saw and band saw. The overall dimensions of the bench are 33-1/2" high x 23-1/2" deep x 59" long
I recently made this Utility Cart to hold electronic equipment such as stereo components or in this case a security system. This is made from Blondewood plywood and trimmed with clear pine, stained with Early American stain and topped off with 3 coats of satin polyurethane finish. I used 2" wheels to make it mobile so it could easily be rolled out to work on the wiring, and I included a pull-out shelf to hold the keyboard. The dimensions are 6' tall x 2' wide x 2'deep.
In June 2005 I remodeled our patio by painting the concrete floor and installing railing all the way around to add a little definition to the patio area. Max, my little Yorkie isn't so sure about all this ...lol
|Baby Changing Table
I have finished building this Baby Changing Table for a lady, she and her husband have painted it to match the decor in the baby's room. It is made of Beech.
I also built this Child's Dresser for the same lady, she and her husband have painted it to match the decor in the baby's room as well. It is made of Beech.
|Shot Glass Display Cases
I built these for a customer who collects shot glasses from all around the world. Each display holds 112 shot glasses, some regular shot glasses and some tall shot glasses. If you look closely in the middle of the 2 displays you can see the end piece the holds the glass for the display on the left, that slides from right-to-left to enclose the display to keep dust off the shot glasses. They are made from White Oak, stained in Golden Oak and finished with Deft Lacquer. Sorry, no plans for these as I created them from my own rough drawings, but you can click here to pics of the construction process.
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