It appears that I have fallen behind on blog posts and project updates. I'm working now to catch back up on them and show you some of the cool project work I've done this summer!
A cool customer contacted me to build her a version of the jewelry shelf I built awhile back but with a few tweaks. Mainly color. And it turned out awesome!! After installing it at her house, she immediately started arranging her jewelry and necklaces. The color of the frame and backboard really accentuates her jewelry making each item pretty easy to find. Look at me talking about jewelry like I know what I'm talking about haha.. Anyway, onto photos!
When the time to paint came, I needed to apply a few coats of the teal color to the frame which appeared more greenish in the light. Then, I ran out of that paint and couldn't find it from my regular supplier. So, I picked up a new real color that in the end looked WAY better if I do say so myself. My cool customer agreed too. After the frame was assembled and ready for delivery, I used these awesome hangman hangers to hang the shelf on her wall when I delivered it. And with that, this project was finished and another happy customer was very satisfied!
Overall, this project turned out great! The dimensions for the frame were 14" tall x 18" wide which makes for ample storage for a budding jewelry collection. The frame is built with mitre joints and pocket holes. Thanks Phyllis! It was a great experience working on this project for you. Enjoy.
Thanks everyone for checking out my work! I have some really big project work coming. Cheers!
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