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Woodworker: Matthew BunnellInspired by James Krenov’s Pagoda Cabinet, Bunnell built this hutch around a claro walnut board that he found in a local lumberyard. The board had just been sold back to the lumberyard after 30 years because the original owner didn’t feel he could do it justice. Bunnell hopes he has. He also used eastern black walnut and madrone in the hutch, which is 13 in. deep by 25 in. wide by 73 in. tall. The finish is Liberon finishing oil. from Fine Woodworking #221
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