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    kitchen Island in Cherry and Walnut

    Just recently delivered this island to a customer. The top is 3" x 22" x 42", a cherry center with walnut border. The base is solid cherry with tapered legs, a bottom shelf, center drawer with full extension slides and a slide-out debris tray on the right side.



    Here is the beveled edge which was cut into the end so cut items could be scraped off into the debris tray easily.

    http://i808.photobucket.com/albums/z...h/DSC_0101.jpg

    Here is the debris tray out to its full extension. The rails which hold it are attached to the underside of the block and allow the tray to be fully removed easily.


    Sorry for the poor background. I was going to set up a studio style backdrop and make more suitable photos but ran out of time and the backdrop paper had been damaged in the move.
    http://i808.photobucket.com/albums/z...h/DSC_0100.jpg

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    That's just gorgeous Dave...

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    Beautiful work.


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    that's pretty awesome

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    Someone is going to be really happy and really productive.

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    Very, very nice!
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    David, if I may, go to their house now and take some high quality images of that thing before it gets kitchen rash.

    Then, get those pics on your site and/or brochure.

    Stunning work!

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    Very nice piece of work! The use of color and proportion really elevate it!
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    That is absolutely stunning Dave! Really, just amazing work. That is gonna be one happy customer.

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    Dude....sooooo nice!

    David, my girlfriend loved your board so much that she said when we get our first house together, she wanted to get an island just like this.

    Keep up the good work.

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