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Old 08-24-2012, 09:23 PM   #11
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Looks very nice. What color stain did you use to match the existing cabinet? Thanks for sharing.
Brown mahogany by Cabot. One half pint size stained everything fo a cost of maybe $8... Plenty to spare.
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Old 08-25-2012, 09:06 PM   #12
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Thanks for the info.
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Wow, exceptional looking work. I wouldn't dare start a project as detailed as that. Space is a premium and you certainly found extra. I really like the spice rack personally. Like to see some pics of the adjustable shelves in the cabinet over the tv as well. I might think about attempting that.
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Brown mahogany by Cabot. One half pint size stained everything fo a cost of maybe $8... Plenty to spare.
It's little details like this that really help others looking to add shelves, etc. Thanks for posting that info!
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One picture is the adjustable shelf I added and one is a better pic of the overhead storage over the microwave. On the adjustable shelf I divided the 2 sides with a piece of poplar cut to fit in the center, and one shelf on the right side of the storage space. It would be easy to add another shelf to the right side or get some more tracks and add shelves to the left side. easy mod if you have a table saw haha. Also at my disposal was a 23 gauge trim gun to nail the divider in place. The nail holes are so small you can't see them, the tracks are white not by choice but the only availible ones from Lowes at the time maybe i'll paint them later haha.
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bTW, If anyone needs this door for over the microwave, I have enough material for one more. I can cut and route it out for anyone local for free haha.
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