Tallboy Linen Cabinet Part 2Comments (0)
By John English
As all-American as jazz music, the traditional styling of this hefty linen cabinet is a meld of the influences of Gustav Stickley, the Arts & Crafts movement, and Greene & Greene styling.
In Part 1 of this project, we completed the full carcase of a linen cabinet that is a true blend of American styling. With construction influences from Gustav Stickley, and accenting details inspired by the Arts & Crafts movement, this piece of furniture is as American as it can possibly be. With the carcase completed, it’s now time to move on to the doors, the drawer dividers, the drawers themselves, hardware and final finishing.
As you learned in Part 1, even though this is a large project, it’s not particularly difficult to build as long as you take your time and measure carefully. As with the carcase construction, remember to dry-fit all of the components, and when you’re satisfied with the fit, assemble them with glue and clamps.
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