This is a spice rack that I built for my wife. Its hung in our kitchen next to the stove.
She painted the jars so they’d all match.
Day 25 –
A wedding box I made for my wife and me. The idea of the project was simple – pull, slide, and open.
Each of the boxes does one of those functions. The whole set of small boxes measures 17″wide x 11″tall x 5 3/4″deep.
It was made from one large piece of walnut, all cut down/milled on my table saw and sanding wheel. The board was roughly 3 1/2″ thick. The pieces for the box case are 5/16″ thick after cutting and sanding.
I’d get about five pieces out of each piece of rough stock. Then simply cut, glue, clamp, drill, make dowel rods, install dowel rods, engrave, join boxes, stain, finish, and hang.
*Side note, all traditional joinery. No nails or screws.