Hanging Wall Cabinet
This is a **small** hanging wall cabinet I completed earlier this winter. It doesn't have a purpose yet, but it might end up in the shop holding some tools. This is, perhaps obviously, heavily inspired by Mike Pekovich.
Cherry case and drawer front. Bass wood shiplap for the back panel and drawer sides.
Got the Veritas block plane during this project, had to try and take a nice picture of it :)
First complete assembly.
Initially the top was going to be a door of sort and after assembling the bottom shelf, I decided to go ahead and add a second, open, shelf.
A good view of all of the straight grain! This is a time consuming step but in my opinion well worth it.
I didn't have access to push the drawer back out from the back at this stage and it was still very tight at this stage. Had to leave myself a reminder in case I was too excited to get going the next time I was back.
I really like the look of the inset pieces here. On my previous cabinet everything was flush and I'm hoping that this hides at the errors a little bit better.
For the drawer pull I was hoping to get a small black metal pull. I couldn't find one in time and got impatient. I had this drawer pull but it was a little bit on the big side so I decided to try something by insetting it and adding a little pop of colour. I am extremely pleased with the results.
First complete picture in the shop.
Now for the staged pictures, thanks for having a look!