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PostPosted: Wed Jan 13, 2010 12:13 pm 
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Finally got pics posted. Hope to include pics of Chest that had trouble with hinges here.


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Very nice stuff, indeed! I really like the lustre of the finish.


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Stunning work! Now the details. What woods and finishes? :D

Beauty work though.

If you want to post the pics in the thread it'self, just pick on the "Insert Photos" link under options, and you can pick the pics you want to insert.

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Wow!! Nice stuff. You do very good work.

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I absolutely love Ashley's dresser!! Beautiful stuff!

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I don't see any pictures.

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I posted one of the pictures in my reply. Hope that's OK.
Very nice stuff indeed. High quality work and should be an instant heirloom.

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[quote="10fingers"]I don't see any pictures.

Hello 10 fingers. I thought I had learned how to put in post but now not working. Pics are in my gallery. Will keep trying to put in post.
Regards, agrffee


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Ice Pirate wrote:
Stunning work! Now the details. What woods and finishes? :D

Beauty work though.

If you want to post the pics in the thread it'self, just pick on the "Insert Photos" link under options, and you can pick the pics you want to insert.

OK Think I finally got em in this post. Happy days!


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See "One of 5 Bedroom pieces"

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Nice work!

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Great job Mate! Dang those pieces are just beautiful!

On the 2 chest of drawers, what are the thin drawer panels at the top for?

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That's a pull out tray covered with swirly green formica.


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agriffee wrote:
That's a pull out tray covered with swirly green formica.


I kind of figured it was something like that, but what are they for? :-?

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 Post subject: what's it for
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It's a Bedside Table/Chest. The tray is used for drinks at bedside or writing something if you work in bedroom. That kind of work that is! Actually I think it's called a secretary, not sure.

I have one like this in my bedroom. My mouth gets dry (breath with my mouth open) so I keep a glass of water on the tray so I don't have to get up to wet my whistel.

Plans for this are in Woodsmith issue # 139 if you have it.


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Great idea. I'll have to see if I have that WS mag. You've really done the design justice.

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Nice work!!! That is one stunning bedroom set.

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While my favorite is the headboard (love the simple lines), each piece of the bedroom furniture is beautiful!!!

Great job. And, welcome to the wonderful world of the WWA!

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