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Very nice piece. I'm really picky about the use of different woods in the same piece and you've nailed it with this one. They're beautiful together. Great design too.

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Bmac the curly ambrosia maple looks good with the walnut.  

I have seen it used in a walnut table top and that looks good to.

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Super nice piece and I echo the comments above!  Curious about the drawer pull, I assume that's custom as well?  I think it really goes well on that piece!

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Great looking piece, I really like the lines.  Great grain selection for all the parts, nice and clean.  I wouldn't mind seeing a straight on front view picture if you get the chance.

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Awesome looking - really nicely done!  I kind of get a prairie school feel from it but I might be confusing it with something else.  Anyway, I'd be proud to have that in my home!

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Thanks guys for all the nice words, I was very pleased with how it turned out. I'm not sure what you call the style, it just came out of my head. Here's the high tech plan;

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2 hours ago, Chet said:

Great looking piece, I really like the lines.  Great grain selection for all the parts, nice and clean.  I wouldn't mind seeing a straight on front view picture if you get the chance.

Chet, yes grain worked well with this. Sides were resawn and glued 8/4 stock, same with the top. Shelves were lower grade walnut but you can't see them. Here's a few front shots, had to climb under my dining room table to take them;

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3 hours ago, ..Kev said:

Super nice piece and I echo the comments above!  Curious about the drawer pull, I assume that's custom as well?  I think it really goes well on that piece!

Kev, yes custom pull, glad you noticed.

2 hours ago, Byrdie said:

Awesome looking - really nicely done!  I kind of get a prairie school feel from it but I might be confusing it with something else.  Anyway, I'd be proud to have that in my home!

I had to look up what prairie school furniture looked like, so since I didn't know what that was any tendencies toward that style were accidental.

Thanks again for looking.

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Thanks for going to the trouble of getting the extra pictures.

Your plans look like you use the same CAD program I use. :P

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I love the cabinet. The drawer pull has me intrigued. Do you have details on how you made it? I'd love to find a good way to make wood pulls that i like. So many are far too bulky.

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15 hours ago, Chestnut said:

I love the cabinet. The drawer pull has me intrigued. Do you have details on how you made it? I'd love to find a good way to make wood pulls that i like. So many are far too bulky.

Hey Nut, thanks. I'll try to get you that info today on the drawer pulls. I'm sure there are many ways to do it, but I'll to get you some info on this pull.

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Wow those are simple I"m gonna try that one of these days.... my list of projects is getting shorter.... though more always seem to get added.

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