Dining Room Furnishings

Buffet and Hutch

picture of a buffet and hutch

The hutch is 48" high, 62" wide, and 12 1/2" deep.
The buffet is 36" high, 66" wide, and 20" deep.
  • The furniture pieces are built using 3/4" birch plywood for the exterior (carcass) and 3/4" oak for door frames, drawer fronts, and trim.
  • Buffet doors are made of 3/4" oak with 1/4" oak plywood panels and equipped with Blum© 270 degree hinges.
  • Drawers are assembled using dovetail joinery on the face and are equipped with heavy duty (100 pound capacity) full suspension slides.
  • Buffet shelving is made of 3/4" pine.
  • Buffet top is 3/4" birch plywood edged with oak trim for durability and appearance. The trim is attached using biscuits and high strength glue.
  • Hutch doors are made of oak with glass panels and equipped with Blum© 270 degree hinges.
  • The oak molding along the bottom edge of the hutch is custom made.
  • Wooden knobs match the furniture style.
  • Buffet and hutch are stained a special walnut and protected by a clear polyurethane finish.
  • It takes me approximately three weeks to build this buffet and hutch.
Additional pictures of the buffet may be seen by clicking here

Note: Carcass is defined as the body of a piece of furniture designed for storage (such as a chest of drawers or wardrobe) but without the drawers, doors, and hardware.

Wine Rack

picture of a wine rack

This uniquely designed wine rack is built using 3/4" oak plywood and 3/4" pine.
  • Dimensions are 36 wide, 48 tall, and 12 1/2 deep.
  • The wine rack is assembled using pocket screws and high strength glue.
  • The top and edge are faced with 3/4" oak trim for durability and appearance. The trim is attached using biscuits and high strength glue.
  • 1/4" plywood is used on the back.
  • This piece is stained a special walnut throughout and the outside is protected by a polyurethane finish.
  • 42 bottles may be displayed in this rack.
  • It takes me approximately one week to build this wine rack.
Additional pictures of this wine rack may be seen by clicking here

Different furniture styles, wood, and finishes are available. Cheaper construction techniques are not.

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