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Kitty Cabinet – SketchUp File Download

Hi everyone! I decided to upload the SketchUp file for my kitty cabinet. Download it for free: Kitty Cabinet.skp Check out all the posts on this short build: All Kitty Cabinet Posts  
Project Hutchinson, Woodworking

Introduction for High End Cabinets – DIY Kitchen Cabinets Ep 1

I’m building high end kitchen cabinets and want to show others how they can do it themselves! Watch the introduction below in episode one. This video series shows how to build high end kitchen cabinets... [read more]
Project Hutchinson, Project Videos, Woodworking

DIY Kitchen Cabinets – The SketchUp Model

Download the full design for my custom kitchen cabinets: Kitchen v23 It is designed in a free 3D modeling program called SketchUp Make. Download SketchUp Make Subscribe to my YouTube channel to follow along as... [read more]
Project Hutchinson, Woodworking

Woodworking Table Saw Cross Cut/Miter Sled

I decided that I needed a cross cut sled to better cut big slabs. With an inlaid track I could hold down odd wood sizes and safely cut them. I could have easily designed my... [read more]
Woodworking

Live Edge Oak Coffee Table

This table is for sale! Email me if you are interested (corbin at corbinstreehouse dot com) or jump over to my Redwood Monkey Workshop The table is made out of solid oak from a tree... [read more]
Woodworking

Slab Leveling Router Jig / Planing Sled

I’ve got a ton of oak slabs from a tree I milled, and I need a good jig to flatten them. I recalled reading a Fine Woodworking article where Nick Offerman made a jig, and... [read more]
Project Videos, Woodworking

Working Large Slabs – Introduction

I made a router jig for flattening large slabs. It is based off of Nick Offerman’s design that I saw in an issue of Fine Woodworking a few years ago. I’ll draw up the dimensions... [read more]
Woodworking

Video: Alaskan mill used to make oak wood slabs!

Hey guys! In this "adventures of Corbin" episode I'm using my Alaskan Mill to make my own oak wood slabs! Check it out in case you are interested in doing it yourself, as I go over the basics on what I did. A pretty large oak tree fell down on my property last summer, and I wanted to see if I could get some usable wood of it. This is my second time using an alaskan mill, and it is a lot of hard work, but good fun. If you liked the video, subscribe! It encourages me to make more cool films.
Video, Woodworking

Woodworking: Jewelry Rack

My wife requested one thing for Christmas: a custom made jewelry rack. Originally I was thinking of welding something together out of old gears and sprockets, but the power went out right when I was... [read more]
Woodworking

Bathroom Vanity Notes

These are mainly notes to myself on building my downstairs bathroom vanity (cabinet). Face frame construction was normal pocket hole screws and works well for the face and back frame (back side seen here): In... [read more]
Project Hutchinson, Woodworking

Kitty Cabinet: Finished

I finally finished my Kitty Cabinet. I had to wait for some more Water Based Poly finish to come; I had accidentally ordered “gloss” when I really wanted “satin”, so it had to be put... [read more]
Woodworking

Kitty Cabinet: Finishing

One coat of Target Coatings shellac (amber), lightly sanded and then one coat of their water based Polyurethene (9000). Time to order more….
Woodworking

Kitty Cabinet

I’m building a little cabinet to hold the kitty litter box, and some accessories. On top I plan to put the cat’s food and water bowls, to keep them out of reach of bad doggies.... [read more]
Woodworking

Master Bathroom Remodel Done! Custom Cabinets!

I finally completed all the trim and paint in my master bathroom remodel! It looks awesome! I am happy with every bit of it. Some of the final pictures below: Left side of the sink... [read more]
Project Hutchinson, Woodworking

Master Bathroom Remodel Almost Done!

Shower door installed (I paid someone to measure and install it…it was much easier than me doing it myself): Cabinet doors and hardware installed. Waiting for the counter top to be fabricated…
Project Hutchinson

Master Bathroom Remodel: Stained & Finished

I’ve had this done a while…but here are some pictures of the bathroom cabinets and vanity. This is mainly for me to remember and look back on my blog and see what I did to... [read more]
Project Hutchinson

Master Bathroom Electrical

I tore out the rest of the drywall, and removed the old bath tub. I then started redoing the electrical in prep for the new cabinet. The electrical switches were on the wrong side; they... [read more]
Project Hutchinson

Bathroom Remodel: Moving the Water Ins and Outs

The bathroom remodel is a slow project when I do everything myself. Today I worked on finishing my drawers while also moving the plumbing for my sink. It’s hard to tell, but I cut out... [read more]
Project Hutchinson, Woodworking

Bathroom Cabinets: Floating Vanity Cabinet Design

I want my bathroom cabinets to “float”. The top one floats 2″ in the air on top of the bottom cabinet, and the bottom cabinet floats 3″ in the air off the ground. The right... [read more]
Project Hutchinson, Woodworking

Master Bathroom Cabinets; Drawer Faces and Doors

Still working on stuff. Playing with stains; left side is 1/2 cherry ply, right is cherry wood. Bottom has a maple gel stain, top has pennsylvania cherry gel stain. Cutting all the face pieces to... [read more]
Project Hutchinson, Woodworking

Master Bathroom Cabinets – Building Drawers

My woodworking project continues! I planed a bunch of maple to 5/8″ thick my drawer thickness. I went with 5/8″ instead of 3/4″, since my top drawers should appear more “dainty” as they are small.... [read more]
Project Hutchinson, Woodworking

Woodworking: Wedding Boxes

I recently went to the weddings of a few of my friends. Last weekend Tom and Nancy had a “Wedding Camp” celebration, and two weeks ago Andy and Irene got married in their barn. Both... [read more]
Woodworking

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