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Music and Wine Credenza

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Woodworker: Herby Kirste

This credenza was designed for someone who loves music and wine. Full-size record albums can be stored in the bottom drawers, with CDs and bottles of wine in the top drawers. Kirste made the bottom drawer fronts short, not only to display the albums but also to showcase the live-edge maple he used. The credenza (17 in. deep by 68 in. wide by 31 in. tall) is made of local, sustainably harvested, old-growth Douglas fir, curly and spalted big-leaf maple, and walnut wedges. Kirste milled the Douglas fir with his mobile sawmill, which is powered by an old Volkswagen Beetle engine.

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