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post #1 of 15 Old 01-22-2013, 05:50 PM Thread Starter
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new cabinets i made for wife.butternut and splatted ambrosia maple.
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They look very nice ... well done!
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Holy cow that's a lot of grain pattern! Nice wood! Is it a satin finish? Looks pretty shiny.
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Nice job there Dave,
I like the ambrosia maple. Lot of nice figure in there.
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Very nice. Butternut id one of my favorite woods to use.

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Those are beautiful , great job

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Those look great, and my wife would loooooove those pull out shelves in the pantry.
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thanks for all of the comments.
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Those look great! I have a question, I'm new here and looking to do a pantry just like this. Do you mount the rails right to the plywood or do you need some chocks/backer board? Thanks!
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Very very nice!!!
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you want to mount a backer board that brings your rails out beond the front stiles enought to get past the doors when open. It is hard to show but leave a little more space then you think or they will hit the doors.
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That looks Fabulous! I really like the look with the brick in the background. Goes really well together. Did you also make the overhead trellis (I think that is what its called)? Either way, very nice job!

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yes my wife wanted a divider so i came up with thaat.
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Beautiful!!!

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