Wall cabinet in walnut

I completed a nw woodworking studio class on hand tools taught by Jack Reynolds, and this was the result. All of this was made from scrap wood I had in my pile.  The carcase and interior is mostly Oregon black walnut.  I handcut all the dovetails, and steam-bent the ash salts on the door. The pulls are made of wenge and were shaped by hand.  Everything is finished in oil with a oil/varnish topcoat for moisture resistance. I love it when I can splurge with nice wood and do a tongue and groove solid wood back! Meant to keep medicines and sharp things away from our quickly growing and grasping children’s hands.

Birds-eye maple drawer front with wenge pull.

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