perfect companion to good wine is an attractive wine cabinet.
You'll combine both beauty and function in this easy-to-build project
that provides safe wine storage below and a serving counter on top.
An enclosed glass compartment keeps hanging wine glasses clean and
dust free. A 16-bottle wine rack in the lower cabinet conceals and
protects your best wines from damaging sunlight.
We used straight-forward frame and panel construction with stub
tenon and groove joinery. We cut the raised panels on a table saw,
and we've included some helpful tips on how to accomplish this time-saving
method for cutting a beveled edge on solid wood panels.
Overall dimensions: 24" W x 17" D x 41 1/2" H. This
project appeared in Workbench magazine No. 280.
Suggested power tools: Table Saw, Dado Blade, Router, Drill
WHAT YOU GET
10 pages of step-by-step instructions
photos and exploded views
for cutting raised panels
for making glass stops
All for only $9.95
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