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Viewing Project in Storage & Cabinets > Bookcases
i thought ron said 45
That really jazzes the bookcase up.
At what angle was the table saw set to create the crown molding?
This was a great project. It look a lot better after you got done. It did not cost a lot to do either.
How did yours turn out?
Ron shops at Home Depot.
The changes make the bookcase look pretty snazzy! I like it.
The finish product definitely gave the bookcase an early century look. The color was an excellant choice that matched/blended the different wood colors of the doorway, floor, and fireplace, without taking away all their appeal. It now looks like it was made there when the house was built. Thanks Ron!
Beautiful! Thanks for the step-by-step instructions!
Do not like the commercials. Could you at least reduce the volume to the same level as your instructional video
Ron look into tite bond a wood glue that dries tough in 20 minutes works great tried a scrap piece of wood as a joke could not get them apart with out a pry bar label is black with white letters at Lowes
Now thats the kind of tips i am looking for. I like seeing inexpensive ways to make our home look better. Projects for people with deep pockets dont help guys like me with a limited budget. Thanks
I love it
I wanted to see the side of the bookcase after it was painted, but it didn't show. Great project!