Category: Small Wall Cabinet

Small Display Cabinet Part 4: Carcass Glue-up, Drawer, Finish

a.k.a. The prodigal woodworker returns from business trips

Hey there friends and neighbors, I’m sorry you haven’t heard from me in a while but there’s this thing that pays the rent and keeps food on the table that I have to deal with. I’ve been in the land of dates and niqabs not once, but twice, in the last 4 weeks and let me tell you, I’m not happy about it. However…..comma…..I get a paycheck to do a job and I’m going to do it until I start my own business and build furniture for a living (hysterical laughter issues from the peanut gallery).

Joking aside, I’ve made some progress on the cabinet.

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Small Display Cabinet Part 3: Rabbets and Dados and Panels, Oh My!

So at first I thought I would build the back of the cabinet, which will be a frame and panel, as the next step. However, even though I started with a picture as an initial guide, I’m trying to be as visual as I can during this process. I’ve learned from previous projects that something I build, even though it’s from a drawing or plan, may not look just right when it’s actually built (no offense to previous designers).

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Small Display Cabinet Part 2: Doweling the Sides

First, I’d like to wish everyone a Happy New Year and hope your holidays were as nice as mine. Lots of family and lots of good food and drink! And, after all the cake and cookies, I’m craving vegetables…….

I had a few days to putter around my garage and made some progress on the wall cabinets. I’ve cut the sides and top/bottoms to a tad over finished dimensions so I can now get a look at the final proportions.

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Small Display Cabinet Part 1: Design

A simple, yet elegant wall cabinet. 

So I wanted to build something nice for a family member and thought it would be different to tackle a project that wouldn’t take me 10 months to finish like the Sewing Center (I still have a day job…..) and I came across this small wall display cabinet:

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