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Plenty late but figured I'd post some pic's of my wall hanging cabinet. Learned a lot on this project and as you can see, still need to figure out what to do for pulls. Walnut for the case and Claro walnut for the door panels and drawer front. Thanks for checking it out!

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looks good if it was me for the pulls i would put something simple on it so you dont take away from the nice grain on the pannels.

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Very nice Josh. What was the most challenging part of this project for you?

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Definitely going for something simple on the pulls.

Hard to what the biggest challenge was, it all went pretty smooth. This was my first guild build, and I think a large part of it going smooth was the excellent, step by step process Marc goes through in his videos. The knife hinges were especially easy after watching Marc do it. Routing the stopped dados for the shelf and divider was a little tricky.

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Great choice of species and grain orientation.

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Well done Josh! Agree with the others that the wood choice is spectacular! The doors look perfectly centered and the finish looks great. I took one of the pics and uploaded it to the Gallery on the Guild site. Congrats on hitting the finish line. Let us know what you decide to do for the handles/knobs.

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