My wife would take issue with that comment! Yeah, I love the French doors, too. Lots of light. There are 3 sets of 6'0" doors across the south wall. Long term, I'm planning to leave the ones behind my bench and put in a 1/2 wall with windows above where the other two sets are so I have more wall space for sanders, lathe, etc.
This is my dog, Maggie. She’s an 8 years old Husky - Eurasier mix, 70 lbs. and attached to me like Velcro. We have a tall King size bed that she’s never been discouraged from jumping up on, but as she gets older, she’s been wincing and occasionally yelping when she jumps down. So, this build is to accomplish two things - more drawers for Alison and stairs for Maggie. It will go at the foot of our bed, with Maggie’s bed sitting on top of the dresser so that she can climb up and step over the footboard onto our bed and back down.The dresser part will have two doors on the front covering two columns of 4 drawers, 14” deep and 18” wide. On the left side view, there will be two doors (one false) with another bank of drawers that pull out running perpendicular to, but behind the front drawers. On the right side there will also be two doors (one false). Instead of drawers, there will be a set of stairs that pull out for Maggie to climb up. I’ll be using 8/4, 6/4, 5/4 and 4/4 cherry, 4/4 poplar for the dust frame and drawers and ambrosia maple for the drawer fronts. Cherry delivered for this project and the next - a bookcase for the living room.Stickered for acclimationFirst cutsSettling in for the night Domino cuts on stretchers This is my first non-shop related build in the new shop!