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BEDROOM MAKEOVER

Project by James101 posted 03-10-2013 05:23 AM 2151 views 1 time favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Made this bedroom built in, along with the fireplace surround and the wall panels going into the bathroom. Also added the crown throughout the room.
The crown was pre-primed mdf, the cabinetry is poplar and mdf with a painted finish.
The doors on the bedroom built-in have Blum tip-on touch latches and the drawers are full extension side mounts with the touch action built in. Sorry, I can’t remember the brand at the moment.



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LUMBERDONKS

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posted 03-10-2013 05:59 AM

SHOULD OF TOLD THE WIFE TO GET OFF THE BED BEFORE YOU TOOK THE PICTURE! WHATS A MATTER WITH HER?

-- SERVING FRESH HOT LUNCHES TO ALL LUMBER DONKS

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posted 03-10-2013 11:32 AM

That looks great James. The applied moldings really add a touch of class.
Now to do a room for yourself so the dog is not disturbed in her “Shangri La”......

-- The difference between a pro and an amateur, an amateur points out his mistakes

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posted 03-10-2013 02:24 PM

I can’t afford to do something for myself. This is the clients dog and it probably is her “Shangri La”.
That derned dog was in my face most of the time. I had to ask the owners to keep the dog in another room.
It was kind of awkward after that, you would have thought I just asked them to tie up one of their kids.

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GaryL

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posted 03-10-2013 04:38 PM

Didn’t realize it was for a client. I’ve been down that road too with dogs and cats that the homeowner won’t pen or crate. You always have to be sure they’re not going to make a run for the border every time you go in or out.

-- The difference between a pro and an amateur, an amateur points out his mistakes

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