Wall-mounted or placed on a table or countertop, this handsome display cabinet is the perfect way to share any collection while keeping it clean and protected at the same time. Featuring tempered glass doors and three shelves, the cabinet’s design calls for all straight cuts and straightforward construction techniques (simple cut-outs give the effect of multiple panes of glass in the single-pane doors). Finish is up to the builder, so the project will match any décor.

The display cabinet measures about 32 inches wide by 22 inches tall by 9 inches deep, and the shelves are each about 7 inches deep.

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  2. Race smith

    hey, I like the article, thanks… I am thinking of building a bed from Cedarwood and I saw that you mentioned about wall mounted table tops also in this post. But haven’t mentioned what wood to use for this projects. I understand that it depends on personal preference and availability in the market. But I was hoping to get feedback from an expert in this field regarding wood furniture made from cedar wood. Are they contagious for our skin and health? Was going through some article reviews on the internet (https://www.artistrywood.com/toxic-reaction-to-wood/ ) and they are mostly saying that it does spread infection if in contact with skin.What do you think about this. Please do let me know.

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      Hi. There are several different species of cedar, and there are different oils in the various species. I’ve never heard of anyone having a reaction from cedar, and I’ve used a lot of Western Red Cedar and Aromatic Cedar in my projects and never had a problem. I think the risk is relatively low but there is probably some truth in the potential for some people to have a reaction.
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