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This wallhung shelf is made completely with hand tools including the joinery and molding. The back is tongue and grooved and beaded. The shelf is designed to be hung from the wall with a French cleat. The wood is radiata pine and the finish is milk paint (mustard yellow and cream).
Matched end tables (22″x12″x12″) made of mahogany and poplar with dovetailed drawers, turned legs inspired by Egyptian columns, and poplar tops with faux serpentine painted finish.
This Queen Anne turned side table is made of black walnut and is finished with shellac and wax. The top and pedestal are turned. The legs are dovetailed into the pedestal.
This shelf is made completely with hand tools, including all of the joinery and the molding. The back is tongue and grooved and beaded. It is designed to be hung from the wall with a French cleat, a very secure hanging method that is incorporated int the framework of the back. The wood is raiata pine and finished with a water based acrylic paint.
This classically proportioned wallhung cabinet is made primarily of Peruvian walnut and secondarily poplar. The finish is shellac and wax. The length and width of the cabinet follow the “golden rectangle”. The vertical proportions are after the Doric Order seen in classical architecture. The shelves comprise the pedestal; the shelves, the column; and the crown, the architrave. The back is tongue and grooved. As with the other wallhung cabinets shown here, this cabinet is designed to be hung from the wall with a French cleat.