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Esherick-Inspired Cabinet

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Woodworker: John C. SterlingIn building his asymmetrical cabinet, Sterling left the natural edges on the planks he chose from the Esherick poplar as a way of honoring the tree. Sterling likes using live-edge boards, he says, because it makes each piece of furniture unique and “lets the tree speak in its own language.” His cabinet is 13-in. deep by 43-1⁄2-in. wide by 28-3⁄4-in. tall. The door pull and pins are walnut. Photo: James Mario
Design or Plan used: Not specified

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