I created this entertainment stand to hold our living room electronics, DVDs, and PlayStation games. I’d previously made a bookshelf (I’ll have to add a picture soon) and my wife wanted it to coordinate.
Since the doors needed to slide past each other I created the hardware using skateboard wheel bearings and a narrow track. And to brace the bottom of the doors and keep things sliding evenly I added bearings from a router bit to hold the doors plumb.
This is the second mink skull mini compression chamber. Going for more of an “electricity” feel on this one; not so much “steam”.
Check out the first one here on day 9
This is the second nightstand in a set that I made.
I carved the design out with chisels.
One of the doors pulls open like a door should. The other pulls out like a drawer.
It was a commissioned piece because I sold the first one at an art show. The buyer liked it so much that they asked for a second one so they could be mounted on either sides of their bed.