This is the finished entertainment center I build in its home setting. It was finished by the customer whom is a professional painter. It is finished in "expresso coffee" stain with a clear top coat.
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Thanks Joe, It was fun and a worth while project.
ps Great project!
Thank you Rick, I also like the knotty pine on some projects and sometime use it as a bead board for the back of upper cabinets with glass doors. This is in the home of my customer and he is quite pleased with the combination of the center and the room decor.
Nice paneling! I guess I still like the 50's knotty pine, and this is laid horizontal -- nice feature.
That expresso center looks great together.
Thank you Al, My customer was very pleased and wants to order another one for upstairs floor of his home. Guess I might be doing it later this year.
Job well done Jay, the entertainment centre looks really good mate. Thanks again for taking the time to share your amazing work and woodworking knowledge with us.
Ray Vile and Ron Gagnon, Thank both of you for your favorable comments. It is very rewarding to build something and have it win your approval as well as that of a customer. This was a project of which I enjoyed building and turned out better that I expected.
Thank you Mike for the nice comment, I like the "DUKE" as well. He was one American whom made sense out of most everything and was able to put humor to life in general.
very nice....love the photo of the "DUKE"
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