April 2, 2016
July 18, 2015
Making A template for the arched top.
Using douglass fir, I made the top out of two pieces join them together by a hammer headed key and two cross tongues.
Screwed the template onto the douglass fir top and started routing.
To join the top to the sides I used countertop bolts, I had to drill big holes and hand saw the space for it.
January 21, 2015
March 19, 2011
Welsh Oak. I think it’s called ‘Brown Oak’ as well. I really love it and right know i’m working on a front door using the same wood. The table top was later treated with Tung oil, a natural oil which is save with food. Jackie can have her lunch on it and use it as a drawing table when it rains outside.
February 21, 2011
I had to reinforce the sliding door to keep it flat, because with only undercoat on and a lot of rain it started to warp. It’s a solid door that works well; with two layers of paint it will withstand the weather for a while
January 27, 2011
The bathroom is too small to get an overview picture, but behind the glass doors you can see a water tank on top and a boiler underneath. It looks really cool not hidden away.
The cupboard is made in the same principle as my other furniture, face frame and doors from reclaimed floorboards on a base frame that was half there already, handmade latches out of Oak and handturned knobs from Beech wood all the wood was reclaimed from interesting sources