The Woodshop Shed

adventures in woodworking and home maintenance, from my shop in an oversized backyard shed

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Bartop for kitchen

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Bartop for kitchenNearing the end of a 2yr total house remodel and needed to get this built.Reused 125ish year old TnG pine that used to be interior wsll covering.Thought is share.Better pictures than resent posts, wife took pictures, she loves it.



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Dutch Tool Chest

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Dutch Tool ChestI built my Dutch Tool Chest pretty faithfully to Chris Schwarz's plans. It was built entirely by hand tools.I used 1×12” Radiata Pine from the BORG. It got four coats of Old Fashioned Milk Paint Co.'s Marigold Yellow, then a couple coats of Danish Oil.The interior got two coats of blonde shellac to make it easier to wipe down.Like many others who made chests like this, I used 6d fine finishing nails from Tremont Nail Co. and strap hinges from Lee Valley. The hinges and screws fastening them were soaked in EvapoRust to take the rust and Zinc-coating off, respectively.



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Stereo Stand

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Stereo Stand The Man Cave has acquired many new stereo pieces: cassette deck, 8 track player, DVD player, turntable, power amplifier, pre-amp/tuner, reel-to-reel player and television.
It also acquired a teenage daughter who wanted a quiet place to listen to her music and watch her movies in peace.
The first stereo stand was a tall, repurposed, cheap bookcase; it served its purpose adequately until
I found a turntable. Turntables change ALL the rules.
A YouTuber had an idea for The Easy TV Stand. I pilfered this idea. My son designed it. My wife suggested using lumber because it was for The Man Cave.
It's in two sections. The middle shelf is made from two sheets of 3/4 plywood. **photos can't be reoriented to portrait. First two were taken differently.



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