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Red Oak Kitchen

Listing #1787   Listed on: 01/30/2009

Company Name: TimberCreek WoodWorks

Contact Name:   Stephen Self
My latest project. Started in Nov. 08', finished Jan. 08'. Natural red oak with conversion varnish finish. Most cabinets are Conestoga as I did not have the space requirements to build such a large kitchen. Only cabinets I built were the large/small pantry, and refrigerator cabinet. Everything else I built including island back/sides. Casing and base trim I bought, all other trim I made. Tile work, drywall, trim, painting, done by me as well.

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Getting them set.

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Getting them set.

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Front of island

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That island back was a huge panel to assemble and get clamped quickly.

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Quartz countertops done by others. Shelves above sink was a last minute decision to build. Originally it was going to just be boxed but I decided to use that space.

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Large Pantry built by me. Other cabinets are Conestoga. My crown molding.

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Yeah shelves don''t match on these. I bought the small pullout and built the large one.

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Double trash can pullout.

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RP valance, side fluted shelves with router carved rosettes.

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Double silverware tray I built.

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Oak cafe doors with walnut butterflies.

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Built this as well after seeing one in a catalog.

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Middle shelves encased in a 'box' that rotates by way of piano hinges.

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Assembling the large pantry shelves.

Viewer Comments:

Posted By: Jason     [01/30/2009]
Nice looking kitchen. Very interested in the Large pantry any chance i can get some more pics of this as well as hardware used.

Posted By: Stephen     [01/30/2009]
Jason, thanks. I added what pics I had for the pantry. The middle shelves rotate with a piano hinge. Every shelf is adjustable too. Doors have 3 Blum 165 degree hinges to allow the doors to fully open and let the shelf rotate out. I may have to upgrade to some other hinge to carry the weight if these start sagging. No problems so far.

Posted By: Mark     [01/30/2009]
Very nice good work. I really liked the pantry design.

Posted By: sean m titmas     [01/31/2009]
really nice work. i like the combination of stock and custom cabinets. that approach really takes the best of your skills and combines it with quality outsourced items to turn out a great end product.

what keeps the shelving from falling off the pins in the piano hinged pantry units?

Posted By: stephen     [01/31/2009]
Thanks Mark and Sean. Actually Sean I think the idea for the shelves came from your pantry design with the 1/4 dado on each corner that the pins rest in. I used a flat pin with a hole so you can put a screw in it. But it holds fine without screws and no rocking. So a big thanks to you on that idea.

Posted By: shawn     [02/03/2009]
Looks good.
I'm a little stumped on the pantry.
How are you keeping the piano hinged shelves square? From the pic it looks like there is good clearance to the bottom allowing for a nice swing, so what holds that unit in place with no back or bracing?
It looks like butt joints. The pic shows it fully loaded so it definitely works. Is there a guide or something that supports the non hinged side?

Posted By: Stephen     [02/03/2009]
Shawn, the center rotating shelf is dovetailed all four corners. Half blind if I remember. A 45 degree brace like what I done on the trash can pullout would definately stiffen the shelf up but it hasn't budged a bit. On any future ones I build I will brace it just for the heck of it. Thank you.

Posted By: ShawnN     [02/09/2009]
Nice quality kitchen. Nice details and storage options.

Obviously the pantry is unique and interesting. I am designing one right now and am trying to get the most out of the space. I may just go with adjustable pullouts. I'm contemplating the cost of the slides and drawer manufacturing vs. the dinking around to make something like this work out.

I can't tell how you are handling the adjustable shelves in the rear of the pantry on the side that has the raised panels. You're not putting the pin in the floating panel are you?

Posted By: stephen     [02/09/2009]
Thanks ShawnN, I thought about the pullouts too but figured I'd try something different. This is the less expensive way to go and a little tedious making all those shelf rails to keep food from falling off. Not really too difficult. Yep, the pins are in the floating panels. There is enough play on the bottom of each shelf for the pins to move a bit. If the pin is say 1/2" wide, I made the dado 3/4" wide. Post pics when you get it figured out and built. Thanks.

Posted By: Lynn     [04/01/2011]
Beautiful! Curious about the wood. Looks like it has great character. Wondering if it is the premium, standard, or value grade. We are wanting good character and color and they tell us the vaule grade has more color variation.

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