White Oak and Spalted Sycamore Drinks Cabinet
When Houseal first started sketching the design of this piece, it was intended as a spice cabinet. It ended up a drinks cabinet as this woodworking student incorporated a variety of joinery and design techniques learned at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in Maine. “This was the first solid-wood cabinet I have built and I enjoyed the mortise-and-tenon joinery as well as creating the coopered door,” Houseal says.
WHITE OAK AND SPALTED SYCAMORE, 11D X 19W X 48H
– Sayer Houseal, Rockport, Maine
Photo: Mark Juliana
From Fine Woodworking #281