I do now. It took her about ten minutes to load it completely up and is talking about her list of stuff she needs since she has the desk now.Pretty nice David
You do realize that sewing machine cabinet are like shops never big enough
Thanks Herb. The cabinets have one wheel under them to roll on. This was my first time using those fold down leaf hinges. They are the ones with the double pins so they will fit flat when open and closed.Wow, that is clever with the hinged top, haven't seen a design like that before. good job,I like the colors and the drawers match the sewing machine color. The drawer units pivoting on the cabinet doors is a clever idea too. You did a lot of work on that, good job too.
Like the pictures too.
The only chairs I ever made were two tiny ones for my grand kids when they visited. One had arms and the other did not. One Christmas my 2 year old grand son came to visit.Next project, a chair to match. Nice work. As others said, I've never seen one quite like that before,
This is the wrong Forum to discuss that john.Were you "rewarded" for a job well done?
I think you are referring to the carcass of the drawers. Yes that is their original color. My Sandra was the Manager of a ladies clothing store here before she retired. These were shelves that the store used before they switched to white shelves. They were going to throw the red ones out so I brought about 40 of them home. This projects gave me a chance to use some of them. They are particle board so added a lot of weight to the cabinet but helps to balance it with the machine on top. There are 6 wheels under the cabinet. Two of them support the weight of the drawers and allow them to swing smoothly. They are all swivel wheels so she can move it around any pace she likes.Very nice work, David! Are the door frames painted red or is that the color of the wood with incandescent lighting?
Give me her Email address Mike and I will send her pictures of this desk. Then we will see how long it takes you to build one,My wife would really like something like that but I don't think it would have enough storage.
Really nice project Dave.