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This attractive wall-hung shelf was inspired by a piece in a magazine that reminded furniture-maker Nancy Hiller of classic British Arts and Crafts design. Her version gets rid of the doors to put the contents of the shallow shelves on display – an appealing choice given all the beautiful quartersawn white oak in the piece.
This free download includes an annotated, exploded drawing of the project along with Hiller’s article describing how she built the piece. The article inlcudes tips for gluing up the hollow columns and exuting the decorative inlay.
Give it a try. It’s a great way to start the new year.
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Some finishing touches
Original Arts and Crafts Finish without Fuming
How to Hang a Cabinet on the Wall
Learn how to rout precise mortises for the inlay that decorates each column.
The columns are hollow glue ups that allow the use of quartersawn stock on all three show faces.
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This is a great project.
This is a great project. By the way, what program did you use to put together the blueprint? Doesn't look like google sketch up, so I guess it's another program, correct me if I'm wrong.
I was looking for plans for a "nail polish" shelf. that hangs on the wall. My grand daughter has asked me to build one.
It has 3 shelves, hangs on a wall. Shelf is 3 inches deep.
Sides are about 20 inches high and 20 inches across. There may be a 1/4 inch plywood dadoed back and each shelf has a front product guard rail so the polish doesn't fall off.
In the area of the top shelf there is a 1 x 2 x 20 inch board
attachded across the back which acts as a strongback.
Do you have any plans for anything similar?
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