this time its his office.
I wanted to use what I have available, so I went with ash, for faceframes, rails and stiles.
I just made it with the ash I had on hand, and had to make all the rails 1/2 narrower so Id have enough with enough to cut two more if needed.
Not sure how I will address the desk portion of his office yet. I don't have enough room to work on cabinets and desk at same time.
I used red oak plywood, 1/4 inch for the door panels.
Heres a picture of how they look with ash. Its a pretty close match, and although I never would have used this combo on a kitchen, for his office, I feel, with some darker stain, it will all blend in fine. (I hope, neither of us wanted to go for hardwood expenses)
I quit at 11 today, never put the air on, and I didn't want to have a heat stroke, temps only 80, but humidity up at 90 and dewpoints up near 70, not a good day to work in non airconditioned quarters.
oh, was looking through the pics on my phone. Seems months ago (we saw someone with a video camera), theres a restaurant show called restaurant hunter out here, and it highlights different type of eateries all over long island.
Someone was watching an episode of a bagel/deli, and saw me in the background. They took a still of the tv with their cell and sent it to me.
Maybe Im eating out too much? that's me in the background in the peach shirt, I was not happy they didn't interview me, only some woman with food falling out of her mouth.