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The buffet cabinet.

A friend saw some of the things that I could build with my Kreg Jig and asked me to build her a buffet syle cabinet.
This is the biggest thing I have built so far.

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Comment by David Hodge on February 9, 2011 at 4:59am
very cool Gary - great idea on the doors. Also love the finish more than I thought I would (I'm a natural wood guy myself).

Thanks for sharing...
Comment by gary england on January 5, 2011 at 5:46pm

Im afriad I dont have a cut list she told me the dimensions she wanted and I made it up as I went along.

The material is 15/32 B/C pine plywood (its a little thin but it's what she picked ).

the doors were  1"x4" white wood, the trim around the tile is a 2"x4".

the tile is recycled glass tile that was on sale at lowes and the underlayment for the tile was OSB as were the shelves.

The inserts in the doors were backsplash pieces found in the kitchen cabinet area at Lowes.

the dimensions were 8' long x 42" high x 24"deep and the shelves were placed at 15" from the cabinet floor.

the total cost in material including grout ,tile adhesive , inserts, hardware and paint was around $400

Im truly flattered that you would like to reproduce this cabinet!

If there is anything else you need to do it id be more than happy to help.  



Comment by Roy Orosco on December 25, 2010 at 11:31am
Do you have a cut list for this?
Comment by gary england on November 30, 2010 at 4:44pm
Thank you. It's about 85% complete now just a shelf to install and some paint.
She wants it painted gloss black to match the cstom stain on her cabinets.
I myself like the natural look but then it's not my cabinet.
Comment by Al Barale on November 29, 2010 at 1:38am
Nice work Gary. Thanks for posting.

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