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Mahogany Dresser – Part 3

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

Dresser – Stained African Mahogany With the construction complete, it was time to move on to the finishing stage! The top of the dresser was a little tricky since it was going to be a two-toned finish.  The field was going to be clear-finished Mahogany, while the border was going to be stained to match […]

Mahogany Dresser – Part 2

Tuesday, October 18th, 2011

Dresser – Stained African Mahogany With the completion of the main body of the dresser, we began the eleven drawer fronts. Each drawer front consisted of a panel of 3/4″ African Mahogany plywood framed by solid African Mahogany. We milled the 44 rails and stiles to a final dimension of 1.25″ wide and 1″ thick. […]

Mahogany Dresser – Part 1

Friday, October 14th, 2011

Dresser – Stained African Mahogany In the early part of this year, 2011, we built a dresser for a friend’s wife as a birthday gift.  We began with an inspiration picture, which showed a dresser with four rows of drawers, ornate detailing around the drawer fronts, turned columns, furniture feet, and a dark red stained […]