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Hi joe ,no plans for the totes joe made them up as i went along.Measurements i try to do these in inches were in milimeters here .[totes 10" long x10"highx6" wide the 2 side panels are 5" long the handle three eighth dowel hope this helps joe good luck,regards mick/uk.
Joseph, almost all of the cabinet is of a knotty pine. There is a the sides of the drawer boxes and the very bottom of the cabinet that is not pine. The drawer box sides are of baltic 9 ply 1/2 inch baltic birch and the bottom of the cabinet is a 3/4 inch birch. The pine is what we call "pecky pine" out here getting its name for the small specks of knots found through out the pine. The horse heads are hand painted using a porceline paint that is then baked in an oven and becomes almost a permanet peice of the glass. It was lots of fun building and I built it for a customer as you probably guessed have horses. Thanks for your interest. jay
Hey Joesph,like I said I'm very busy with my daughter and getting the company going at the same time.From what I've read it sounds like you have a combo swich,plug on the wall and a light I guess on the celling,is this correct?Now I also noticed that you live in Texas,and I'm not sure if the codes are the same as in Ontario Canada.Now I've never seen a medacine cabinet with a plug on it.I suggest that you buy a strip light to go on top of the cabint on the wall, and the extra plug on the wall beside the cabinet.If you want it this way let me know.You can fish the wire if your bath is under the atic.If not you need to make some holes and patch them up.Let me know which way exactly.Joe
I have built many kitchens and finally decided to buy the Foreman, because my latest kitchen consisted of 28 cabinets and I was over my hand hurting from all the drilling, moving the clamp etc., it seemed like a smart choice.