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Oak Wardrobe for a happy customer. Raised panel doors. Flush mounted doors and drawers are sure harder to get lined up than over lap. Hay Vince here are the drawers for socks & skivvies.
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Great job. Those look excellent,Larry. Nice looking oak you picked out too. I have never done flush drawers and doors in face frames before. I can imagine the PITA. Looks like the effort was worth it tho.

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yowzer Larry.. That is nice...
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That looks fantastic Larry.
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Very nice. Oak is my favorite. Your choice of finish very pleasing too.
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Larry, nice looking blonde ......................wardrobe. Yea I like that color

Dovetail drawers I hope??
If you get a chance can you grab a photo of the hinge detail? no skivvies please.
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Whose bits did you use for your beaded face frame? What can you share about them?

Very nice job
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Oh yeah! That is extremely nice. Happy customer I bet!
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Oak Wardrobe for a happy customer. Raised panel doors. Flush mounted doors and drawers are sure harder to get lined up than over lap. Hay Vince here are the drawers for socks & skivvies.
Fantastic job Larry.I Agree with everyone who has seen your work.James

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Really nice job. I too like the blonde finish. This is going to be in use for a lot of years.
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