Happy day in my shop....
After 3 1/2 months I finally get a peek at how this buffet and hutch look like together.
There were a couple of bumps in the road but all in all I'm really happy how it has turned out...
The boss gave it a final thumbs up. And when it comes down to it, thats all that matters.
Happy wives, happy lives.
All thats left to do is the sprayed topcoat and install the glass.
But for all intense and purposed this one is done...
Thanks to all those who tagged along.
Now to figure out what project is next on the agenda...
I'm wanting to do a Gus Stickley Eastwood Chair but I think the boss has different ideas..
Something about a larger buffet and hutch to go with her dining room table.
Till next time.
Beautiful job! Excellent post!
Well done sir, followed and loved the thread from start to finish!
Looks awesome Gary, like others I really enjoy reading your project threads.
Thanks for sharing.
omg the is beautiful!!!
Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.
I love your progress threads and I also love that you don't skimp on wood selection. Lovely wood turned into a beautiful piece.
You should be very proud of your hard work. I hope your "boss" has rewarded you appropriately!
You should have scored enough "honey do" points to last you for years
How hard can it be? Guys do it everyday
I love the A&C style and your result is great. Hope the wife or kids don't see this.
Top notch work as usual. Pros would be proud to call this work theirs.
"Congratulations. You've just figured out the most complicated way to hold a board 30 inches off the floor."
Great work, looks awesome
WOW!!! That is nice.
Thanks for sharing the details.
Nothing is ever as straightforward as it seems.
Glenn from Winnipeg
It's beautiful Gary! Many thanks for sharing!
beautiful great work
Thanks again everyone for all the thumbs up on the project.
This one just about caught me up in the brownie point department. A little history on this piece. A couple of years ago I tried to hide a PM3520B in my shop with not a lot of success. Seems I forgot to tell the boss I had bought it.... I promised I would make this buffet and hutch for the kitchen a long time ago to make amends..
I guess good things just take a long time...