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    Latest projects

    This is another mantle I built for a client. The lower half was existing, I built the upper half to match. The bottom rail below the tv is removed for access by the electrician and for when the tv needs any servicing.
    (sorry for the pic quality- its from my cellphone and the room was actually a bit dark when I took it.)



    This is a window seat that will be going into the corner to the left of the tv. The door in the front flips up and slides back to allow storage of the
    A/V equipment
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    mantels look like fun to make rich.. now if our neighborhood had mantels that needed work that would be better
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    Very nice, Rich.
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    Thanks guys
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    finally got the pics out of my camera lol



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    Wow - very nice indeed!

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    Nice job Rich
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    Ah, I can see more-better now. I thought it was my eyesight . What a great look. I am after the same sort of look and feel for my living room. I am stashing this in my "ideas" folder.
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    beautiful workmanship, can you tell me what type of hinges did you use on that window bench?
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    Thanks guys! Allen the hinges are accuride pocket door slides used in a flipper configuration
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