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Old Posted: 20-09-2009 , 10:45 PM #1
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Hi all
I got this cabinet from another JT'r and although it was great...I needed something smaller for the alcove that it was in...so with the help of my Hubby and my brother, we made a cofee table ( will finish the top later with Granite) and a Kitchen sideboard ( made from the wood that we chopped off the top of the cabinet) we bought two drawer fronts ( 2 euros each )and two doors ( 5 euros each)but for the rest including the drawer insides...we used the old cabinet...will post Photo's of completed kitchen sideboard/Dresser tomorrow when camera is charged......I love it..
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Old Posted: 20-09-2009 , 10:48 PM #2
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Old Posted: 20-09-2009 , 11:07 PM #3
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These are the photo's of the finished Kitchen sideboard/Dresser
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Old Posted: 20-09-2009 , 11:21 PM #4
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both look fabulous well down the coffee table looks great
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Old Posted: 21-09-2009 , 12:41 AM #5
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Love the coffee table just as it is, lovely job and well done. I wouldn't even have thought of doing that with it, amazing! :D
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Old Posted: 21-09-2009 , 05:29 PM #6
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Well done all of you. Great job and it looks fab.
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Old Posted: 21-09-2009 , 06:57 PM #7
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These are fab. You must feel very proud of yourself every time you look at them.Well done.
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Old Posted: 28-09-2009 , 07:27 PM #8
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This is amazing!!! Well done!!!
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Old Posted: 29-09-2009 , 04:46 PM #9
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that was amazing very clever to turn into a coffee table and a press aswell well done
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Old Posted: 29-09-2009 , 07:33 PM #10
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That is amazing. You made two great pieces of furniture from the one cabinet. Both of them gorgeous. Well done Mammy!
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Old Posted: 30-09-2009 , 09:56 AM #11
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Wonderful job. I think the coffee table is beautiful as is.
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