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They may look like a single unit, but these bookcases are made up of individual sections that simply stack on top of each other. It's a flexible design that can be modified and configured in a number of ways and can even "grow" with your library.
With its moldings and arched frame and panel doors, this little cabinet looks like a piece of fine furniture sitting on your kitchen counter. To maximize the storage space, the front half of the cabinet is actually a couple of boxes attached to the back of the doors.
Finish information: We used our cherry stain consisting of 2 parts Zar Cherry and 1 part Woodkote Cherry Jel'd Stain.
Flip through a few woodworking catalogs and you'll find more glues available now than ever before. Is there one "all-purpose" adhesive? Or do you need to fill your shelves with different types? We help you get to the bottom of this sticky subject.
Sure this is a great project for the kitchen, but it will also help you "build" your woodworking skills through mortise and tenon joint. They're not as hard as they sound, and we'll walk through everything you need to know.