Simple stand built for my sound bar. I made it to elevate the sound bar so it isn't blocked by the rest of the stuff i build and proudly put on display on our entertainment center. The thing about this is that i made all 3 pieces from the same log a friend of mine picked up while out hiking.
This hanging wall cabinet is based on the cabinet in Mike Pekovich's book The How and Why of Woodworking.I also followed along with Mike Pekovich's video series on Fine Woodworking's website.The cabinet was made for my daughter to hold her collection of David's Teas. It will hold 12 cans of tea. Additionally, the drawer at the bottom, with a removable walnut tray holds, tea bag packets.The cabinet is about 23” tall x 14” wide x 5” deep. It will hang on the wall with a French cleat which is attached to the back.The basswood Kumiko insert in the door is a bordered AsaNoHa pattern.I still need to add door and drawer pulls and will do that once the “stay at home” requirements are lifted and I can get out to the hardware storeThe cabinet is finished inside and out with shellac..
I have a reclaimed lumber store her in my home town and I like to go in every once in a while and pick up a cut off for when the inspiration strikes. I had to add a little poplar to round things out but super happy with the way the top turned out.The bottom half I feel like I compromised for the sake of time and budget. But I can always come back later and build out a new base when time and money allows.Overall I can't wait to set up my home workstation tomorrow and give it a test drive.