new cabinet finished & advise needed.
Remember I posted this summer that I wanted a cabinet for oils and vinegars.
Well we just completed it. I completed the stain and poly
finish just this week.
It is 15" wide x 8" deep. We made a wood top for it.
The best part is it inspired me to organize and
clean out all my cabs. I sold a couple of boxes of stuff
at my sisters yard sale, and also have a box of stuff to
take to good-will.
here is the new cabinet...last winter we made the cabinet
directly above the new cabinet for extra spices, and also
added the cookbook cabinet under the tv cabinet.
This is our next project...the two doors on the right are 10" wide.
I decided to loose the three shelf unit on the end. Firstly,
it just makes the kitchen look too country, when the look I
want is shaker/arts and crafts, and secondly the back of the shelf is flat sawn oak and the rest of the kitchen is quarter-sawn and rift sawn oak. I think the flat sawn oak annoys me the most. :(
So, I plan on making another 10" door to match the two doors
on the right and on the side making an arts and crafts
rose panel (about 2/2 " wide x 25" long) the total width
of the cab is about 5 1/2" wide.
I have been racking my brains on what to do to change
this end. First I was going to make this door stained glass
and changed my mind, then I was going to put a small drawer
on the bottom with a door on top (no stained glass)
my last idea is to just make a another door so that they
all match...Do I do the simple stained glass on the side
these three doors will face the 15 pane french door. To
the left of the french door is a top cab that has stained
glass pigs in it...I don't want to overdo it, so I'm not sure what to do with the side? any advise is appreciated.
the only other stained glass in the galley part of the kitchen is the side door.
in this shot...see the little amish girl, the stained glass
panel will be there -- or the flat panel if we don't do
the stained glass??? what would you do? the total width of
the side panel will be about 5 1/2" wide and the stained
glass insert will be about 2 1/2" wide x 24" long.
I plan on using the tannish gold backround glass that we used in the backround of the other stained glass cabinet inserts in the breakfast area.
This is the pantry cabinet with the pigs.I plan on using the same stained glass colors.(If I do the stained glass???)