Cushion Cabinet

Cushion Cabinet

Jim B.
On the honey-do list is a cabinet to store outdoor cushions while not in use. I figure its caled an outdoor cushion, its meant to be outdoors. I guess I'm wrong on that too. So this is a rough sketchup of the concept. You will notice no doors. Since this cabinet is going in a place that leave not enough room to open front doors and pull cushions our easily, I decided on making a sliding top. Underneath the top is a set of 12 inch full extension drawer slides. Would have been easier to make a hinged top but that would mean unloading the cabiet top each time. And since I add a set of 12 inch not being used, I figured it would be a good use. I was going to use solid pine but again I was told to put in beadboard panels. So I divided up the front and pushed in the panels 1/4 inch. There's some 1/2 fancy trim work to go over the 1-1/4 wide trim that's in the drawing. I just never bothered to sketch it in (haven't looked at how to do coves and concaves in SK yet). Comments are welcomed. #woodworking_cabinets
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