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  1. Trim Carpentry & Built-Ins
    I am building a simple built-in desk, out of two sheets of big-box store hardwood (red oak) plywood, each about 33x77" (so the desk is 33x154" overall). It goes completely across one wall of the room, so the back edge and the two ends of the plywood butt up against the walls. There are gaps...
  2. Trim Carpentry & Built-Ins
    I am looking for advice to complete my mudroom built-in. In particular the transition area from the lower 4 locker/dividers to the larger shelf unit that sits on top and extends out by 2 inches. It's an awkward transition and I've never found a comparable picture for ideas. Also looking for...
  3. Trim Carpentry & Built-Ins
    Hi, I am a newby to trim. I have done crown molding, chair rail and base molding successfully in my previous house. Its been 6 years since we moved to our new house and I felt like it is time I did some trim work on the house as the builder did not do any, other than baseboards. When I started...
  4. Trim Carpentry & Built-Ins
    Hi, I have a 100 year old four square with 8 inch oak and heart pine baseboards. Over the years previous owners have chopped, cut, spliced, removed, and otherwise damaged many of them. I have the wood to replace them, but cannot route to match because I can't find an ogee router bit large enough...
  5. Trim Carpentry & Built-Ins
    I recently completed a fixout for a home and when the painter got there, a few (3-4) of the architrave mitres had opened up about 1mm to 2mm. Enough to look abit dodgey. I glued and nailed the mitres. Does anyone know why this may have happend I'm thinking that the timber may have been a little...
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