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    nothin fancy

    After looking at Chris's cabs i almost don't want to post these. As the title implies there nothin special,just a bath vanity and a 3 drawer stack.There for a lady i've done work for, off and on for, the last 12 years.Just red oak with a natural finish.(what she wanted)As far as the hardware she picked them out also.Her son will be installing them, as he is going to remodel there bath.
    Now that i have them out of the way i can get back to the desk.
    steve
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    Nothing to be asamed of either. They look great from here.
    "There’s a lot of work being done today that doesn’t have any soul in it. The technique may be the utmost perfection, yet it is lifeless. It doesn’t have a soul. I hope my furniture has a soul to it." - Sam Maloof
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    looks like they will hold anything the lady wants and solid too besides its a payun job that lets yu do the desk stuff yu better be sure and keep us up to date on that one
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    Stephen, I would be proud of those if I had done 'em. Lookin' good!
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    Nothing fancy nope just right When it's what the customer wants and is happy, JUST RIGHT Nice job on them. Did you run a duct under the one with a register, or just use the box for the run?

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    Looks like a real pro job Steve! I'm making some cabinets for my neighbor right now, so I can appreciate the work that goes into them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Baer View Post
    Nothing to be asamed of either. They look great from here.
    thanks don

    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    looks like they will hold anything the lady wants and solid too besides its a payun job that lets yu do the desk stuff yu better be sure and keep us up to date on that one
    Yea larry that's the best part it pays. As far as the desk when i get some more done i'll let ya all see.

    Quote Originally Posted by glenn bradley View Post
    Stephen, I would be proud of those if I had done 'em. Lookin' good!
    Glen thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Niemi View Post
    Nothing fancy nope just right When it's what the customer wants and is happy, JUST RIGHT Nice job on them. Did you run a duct under the one with a register, or just use the box for the run?
    Just used the box,I did seal it with caulk,and sealed it with 5 coats of sanding sealer.

    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Richardson View Post
    Looks like a real pro job Steve! I'm making some cabinets for my neighbor right now, so I can appreciate the work that goes into them.
    yea there's a lot more work than some folks think, that's for sure.

    [QUOTE=John Bartley;170890]Nice work Steve! Getting a customer just what they want, at a price that they like,. Jonh as i did there kitchen cabs about 12 years ago.Also built a wall to wall entertainment center a coumple years later,they tell me i'm the only one that will ever do there work.

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    thats a fine looking set of cabinets.

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