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TV Cabinet Built-In

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TV Cabinet Built-In
Black melamine base cabinet with a walnut top and a medite cubby hole cabinet with a walnut back.
White Lacquer finish. Touch latch doors. 
I made channels in between the 2 layers of shelves to hide the wires for the LED lights.
Here it is during the install.

And this is what happens when the customer said white,  but really meant an off white.
And as you all know,  the customer is always right.

Figuring out how to do something you have never done is what makes a good challenge.

fantastic man ! im seeing more of your work since ive been here than i have in the last several years on other forums.i love it man,your reborn again!!!!! you just seem so.......free !
I'm just being me, and I have always wanted to be here, but every time I visited in the past there just wasn't anybody here.  Now that we have people coming,  I want to keep it,  so just doing my selfish part to make this a great place to reside.  As I see a lot of others doing the same.
Verticelscope was a blessing in disguise. That's all I will say about that.

Figuring out how to do something you have never done is what makes a good challenge.

Nice clean lines and great accent lighting. Good job on the spray tent, I have seen some painters that get overspray where it should not be. Wonderful build.

Main Street to the Mountains

Stunting, looks great. wonderful design and workmanship.

-- Soli Deo gloria! ( To God alone be the Glory)

Like the project a lot.   Looks great.   Bet it looks good when all the books, pictures and other junk line the shelves.   Maybe not the Cabinet is great on its own.   Nice work.   

Ron

That looks great. The walnut and (off)white look really good together.

It’s amazing how many shades of white you can find at the paint store.
That is one good looking unit !!!!!!!!!!

Cheers,, Jim
Thank ALL of you for the nice words,
I appreciate it.

Figuring out how to do something you have never done is what makes a good challenge.

Ron:
It’s amazing how many shades of white you can find at the paint store.
Isn't that the truth,  most people think white is white...  
I should have and did know to double check,  but on this job I figured it didn't matter.  
Was Wrong,  Reinforced the thought that it will always be a color match no matter,  figure it in.

Figuring out how to do something you have never done is what makes a good challenge.