Looks good Jim! It's right up my style alley
Looks like the base wood was maple?
The finish sure came out nice and even.
Those look great. I like the color a lot too.
It's kind of fun to do the impossible
Very nice, Jim. What kind of wood did you use?
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The finish looks gorgeous!
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Beautiful. Really nice build Jim. You put the "value added" in your furniture. From design , construction technique, hardware and then finish.
I can see that piece looking good in a variety of woods. Qtr sawn oak, cherry, maple, walnut.
Like the matching side tables.
Ever thought of offering the same design with a serving tray design incorporated in the top as an option. Could be a nice differentiation for a piece like this. Thinking of those butler hinges and a fold flat tray.
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lookin good jim and glad to se your making stuff other than just cabinets
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They came out great, Jim. Design and execution look top notch.
You did beautiful work, I love the design. I usually don't care for shaker, but you made it turn out elegant looking.