Butchers Block Cabinet

Submitted by cbrick57 on Tue, 02/17/2015 - 10:05

I built this for some friends who are having a remodel done in their house to get their washer and dryer out of the kitchen.  The new area was a perfect size for a cool piece of furniture and because of how well my other projects turned out they asked if I would make something for them.  My friend is a great cook and has some really nice cookware that needed housing so we used the "planked wood sideboard plans" as the bones for the project.  I saw some cool things from Pinterest (Glideware) that I wanted to incorporate and we drew up some plans.  All in all it took me about 36 hours to complete. Two weekends and some work at night after work.   I used my miter saw, table saw, circular saw, power drills, wood clamps, Kreg pocket hole jig, and my electric sander to knock this one out.  

Built from Plan(s)
Estimated Cost
The cherry butcher block was $280 from Floor and Decor and the rest of the materials from lumber to finishes was about $300 all together a total of $580.00
Estimated Time Investment
Week Long Project (20 Hours or More)
Type of Wood
Select pine for the trim, Red Oak plywood for cabinet doors and backing, Sande Purebond cabinet grade plywood, Cherry butcher block
Finish Used
Gray latex paint and water based poly (it dries clear). Also, a butcher block conditioner.
Recommended Skill Level
Intermediate

Comments

yasky9

Sun, 02/22/2015 - 16:49

I love this project. Awesome Job!!! Where do you find the hook/slides for the pans?

Thank you!

In reply to by yasky9

cbrick57

Mon, 03/02/2015 - 20:25

Hi thank you! I actually made them from 2x4's and 20 inch ball bearing drawer hardware. I mounted them to 1x4's then mounted the whole system to a 1/4 inch thick ply and attached it to the underside of the butcher block. The hooks were just 3 inch hooks from Home Depot screwed in the 2x4.

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