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Cabinets I built at my last shop. They survived being taken down, stored and now have hung in my shop for 9 years.
Like everything else I build they are meant to last.
With nearly 10 years in business, I’ve finally gotten to a point where I feel like things are where they belong in the shop. But it’s a messy business we are in. . so it’s a functional shop you see. I’d love to have it look like a magazine cover, but if I had the time to do that I wouldn’t have the work to keep me open.
After all these years I hardly notice it anymore, but the previous tenant painted camoflauge on the walls.
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Ha Barefoot, I love it too.
There's nothing like a shop that gets used and has been built over time to fit the needs of the craftsmen and the space available. Thanks for sharing.
Bill, Everett, Wa.
Mess, what mess! Use makes mess!
Great to see another place in use!
i love shops that are used
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