Heirloom Project This Sideboard Has A Simple Modern Style That Will Never Be Outdated There Are A Lot Of Options When It Comes To Adding Your Personal Touch To It So Don T Be Afraid To Make The Odd Tweak To The Design
Heirloom project this sideboard has a simple modern style that will never be outdated there are a lot of options when it comes to adding your personal touch to it so don t be afraid to make the odd tweak to the design is article about Magazine bookmarked by dave with ID 14110791828 was uploaded on 29-03-2019 and has been viewed 67,880 times.
Build a Walnut Sideboard Photos by Rob Brown; Illustration by James Provost This sideboard was made from one sheet of veneered plywood, minimal solid wood and a few simple pieces of hardware.I used laser-cut stainless steel panels in the three doors, but solid wood would be fine.
You could also try your hand at adding some subtle marquetry or inlay in the panels.Pussy willow motifs were cut into the steel to give the otherwise minimalist, modern design a softer, warmer quality.
Breakout the carcase partsI focused on cutting and assembling the top, bottom, gables and dividers first.Make a few rip cuts to breakout the main parts out of a 4x8 sheet.Add Some Solid - The 2' wide bottom track edge is attached to the front of the bottom, then the trim is added over top of it.
The bottom track edge allows a groove to be routed without exposing the plywood core of the bottom.The 2" wide bottom track edge will have to be machined then glued onto the front edge of the bottom.The purpose of this piece is that when the groove for the sliding door is routed into the bottom, only solid wood will be visible.