Maple hardwood face, plywood with maple veneer sides. Dual tone achieved using tung-oil finish on columns and back wall; red mahogony stain followed by rub-on poly on shelves and drawer fronts.
Tags: bookcase, builtin
Projects: Built-In book-case
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Location: new york
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Looks like it was a fun build.
Thanks for sharing.
thanks James W.
Gary , very nice project , well designed and a beautiful finish ,well done , thanks for sharing
Amazing use of contrasting colors look grate and very practical, stunning work, well done
thank you Sheila
p.s. you should send photos of this along with drawings to Woodworker & Wood magazines for consideration. I bet you would get published.
AMAZING. You have so much talent and if you're not doing this for a living, you certainly should. You would be so successful no doubt. I wish I had half your talent! Truly inspiring.
P.S. LED emits very little heat.
Yes, i was worried about the heat as well because the puck lights are embedded inside the wood and so I knew that the heat would not vent very well. I used LED puck lights with wires that were hidden inside the shelves. The company for the LED lights was Hampton Bay and I bought it at Home Depot. I also chose LED because they are long lasting. Good luck on the build
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