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Arts and Crafts Sideboard

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neobassman neobassman, member
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This sideboard is Kevin Rodels design (www.kevinrodel.com).  I learned to make this in a class at the Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking, taught by Kevin.  I highly recommend the school, Kevins teaching, and his beautiful furniture. 
The cabinet is made from solid quartersawn white oak with an oil-varnish finish. 
In person, the color of this item is less red and more tan.  
I learned a great deal about frame-and-panel construction from taking this course.  Kevin was a patient teacher, and Bob Van Dyke (school owner) runs a great program. 
This sideboard is Kevin Rodels design (www.kevinrodel.com).  I learned to make this in a class at the Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking, taught by Kevin.  I highly recommend the school, Kevins teaching, and his beautiful furniture.  - CLICK TO ENLARGE

This sideboard is Kevin Rodel's design (www.kevinrodel.com).  I learned to make this in a class at the Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking, taught by Kevin.  I highly recommend the school, Kevin's teaching, and his beautiful furniture. 


I made this sideboard as part of a summer 2012 class at the Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking.  The design is from Kevin Rodel, and he was the teacher for this course.  While I did individualize some details, the essential design is all Kevin.  


Design or Plan used: Kevin Rodel

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