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Thread: A Design for a Wash Stand

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    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    SE Minnesota

    A Design for a Wash Stand

    I did this design for a client who makes pottery including those neat wash basins designed to sit on the counter. He wanted this piece to go in the entryway of his new house to feature one of his basins and he wanted to include a bench for guests to use to put on their shoes. I gave him a shelf to display another piece of his art while I was at it. The wood is white oak that was cut on the property to make room for the house. The piece was built but I'm still waiting for photos of it.

    The piece on the glass shelf is one of his. I made it from a photo of the piece. For those interested in how to do that part, I put up a blog post, here.
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    Join Date
    May 2007
    Kansas City, Missouri
    Nice piece, looks very functional too.

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