The door on the left is to a walk-in closet, on the right it’s to an ensuite bathroom. It’s built out of 1-3/8″ white pine and assembled with dominos. The obscure textured glass was purchased from a stained glass supplier. Cutting the glass was a bit of a challenge.
The doors were stained and finished the doors using a gloss Wipe-on Polyurethane.
Craig built this shallow bookshelf to go in his upstairs hallway, to store books and keepsakes, as well as display some items.
The top of the unit is 12″ deep with the base being 10″ deep.
It is built from butternut, with walnut drawer fronts, a pine back and cherry pulls. All the drawer dovetails are hand cut and the cherry pulls are hand shaped in proportion with the drawer fronts.
I build guitars and I needed a lot of drawers to hold my many tools.
I built these 5 cases out of maple veneer ply with Baltic birch drawers and solid maple fronts and continuous pulls. I made my own continuous pulls. The cabinets stand on plastic adjustable legs and are finished in walnut colored water based lacquer.
They all fit under a 13 foot long bench top supported by brackets attached directly to the studs. I have been working professionally with wood since 1972.