Dragonryder wrote:If you don't mind, where did you get the sliders and containers for the drawer area? I'm really not very good at making drawers and I think these would be perfect.
S. Heisley wrote:If you ever get tired of being an animal doctor, you could become a furniture doctor/cabinet maker! I'm guessing you could do anything you wanted to and it would be excellent!
gjenkins wrote:SIXTOTWO ... I am diggin your build! I like the minimal moving parts and fixtures.
Rickxr2 wrote:Nothing fan
Great looking cabinets!! One question, how do you drain your AC? I was thinking of putting my AC in a similar location, but I thought it needed to drain. Thanks, and I hope my cabinets look half as good.
cy in the cabinet work, but I did round the drawer fronts for a little added touch.
You can't tell by the pictures, but they are made the same way as a whiskey barrel (without the scorching and whiskey and the rings, etc,). I ripped 1" wide strips with a beveled edge to make the desired curve. Bisquits and glue hold it together. The hard part was clamping it while the glue dried, it kept trying to roll away. Screws from the back side hold the curved front to the drawer box. It took a little trial and error to get it all aligned. Hopefully I won't have to do it again, once was enough fun for me.
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