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This is an unusual window seat, at least for me. Usually the bay window seat has the front that follows the wall too. This one the back follows the wall and the front is straight. Made for a few head scratching problems. The curved sides were the clients idea and these were my try 2's. The first try was made with a product called FlexBoard and the radius was just to tight for it. It ended up delaminating.



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Try 2 was a segmented curve that was sanded round.






















 

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I'd rather stain them myself. Looks nicer and it's a lot easier. Pigmented Conversion Varnish isn't the easiest thing to work with.
 

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Nice job Leo, keep it up and one day you'll make a living doing stuff like this. (^_-)

Kidding... Another fine project sir, always look forward to seeing your work.
And one day I might even make some money on them too :boat:
 

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Bought it as is. Comes 3/4" thick with a 1/8" masonite like face and pre-kerfed back all ready ro use.
 

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Great looking window seat, cool design and very well executed. Looks really professional, I'm sure the client was happy. Great job!
 
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