Red Oak Cabinet

Our international readers continue to submit some great projects.

Attached is a cabinet I made from red oak which was left over from a hotel restoration after Hurricane Ike. There are 60 mortise and tenon joints in the frame alone.

I live in the Turks & Caicos Islands where I have to import everything, including  lumber.

Seamus Day
Turks & Caicos Islands

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Matt Becker
Internet Production Coordinator

Oak Cabinet

Oak Cabinet - Angle

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About Matt Becker

Matt Becker is the Content Coordinator for Woodworker's Journal and manages much of our online content. While very much a novice when it comes to woodworking, Matt is a fan of anything creative and "home-made", such as home-brewed beer, home-roasted coffee, and his home-built road bicycle.

3 thoughts on “Red Oak Cabinet

  1. Pingback: Stack-On DS-39 39 Drawer Storage Cabinet | Storage Dr

  2. This a very innovative project ,but i think it might take up quite a bit of space,unless you are blessed with a large living room.Is there any possibility that this projects’ plans can be made available?

  3. One of the nicest projects I’ve seen on any site in a very long time. Would love to know more of the techniques used to build and finish it.

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