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Thread: Completed Hutch

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    Completed Hutch

    Here are pictures of the completed hutch.




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    Beautiful work Ed. Love the design and the cherry!
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    I like the painted interior of this. Overall, nice design and execution! Well done Sir!
    Ken

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    Beautiful piece Ed...really nicely done.
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    It's gorgeous Ed, nice job!
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    Just marvelous work. The design, wood selection, grain matching. Masterful!
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    Agree with all. Another treatment that was used for the inside back is cloth or wall paper. Put up with tacks for easy change out. They looked for
    color and brightness as well as nice wood and utility.

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    Very nice work. I love Cherry.
    Charlie Jones

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    Beautiful work, Ed. Love the details
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    Very nice Ed. It looks super. Please tell us more about the finish and joinery.
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    I like it a lot Ed. That's a piece your family will cherish for many years.

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    Finely built hutch right there! Nice.

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    Very cool piece Ed. 2nd what Ken said - the painted interior really makes the cherry in the the upper section pop. Well done.
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    Overall, beautiful Ed. I love the grain. I like the painted interior. I don't like the sapwood in those top door rails. IMO they detract from what otherwise is a very nice piece.

    John

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    That looks wonderful, Ed!!
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