The Finished Walnut Sideboard – A Bespoke Creation

Walnut Sideboard - Front

From the beginning of this project the emphasis on craftsmanship and honesty in its construction through exposed joints and use of grain direction was at the forefront of the design of this walnut sideboard.

Sideboard Drawers and Doors

With tapering legs and through wedged tenons giving weight and solidity, countered by the use of grain direction on it drawers and under arching chamfer on its top. All accentuate the Japanese Temple feel to the piece.

Bespoke Sideboard - End View

 

Walnut Sideboard - Cutlery Drawer

The centre drawer laid out for silverware with sycamore and dark navy baize placements.

Dovetail detail

The scooped division between the drawers allows a passing glimpse of the through dovetails, which leads down to the sculpted tapering handles.

Sideboard Door Handles

 

4 Comments
  1. Great work, I must say – in my opinion there is no perfect furniture but yours comes rather close to being perfect, at least from what I can tell looking at the pictures in your blog posts.

    Now it’s been some time since you last posted on your blog? Are you planning on documenting the creation of another piece of furniture soon? That would be marvelous to hear!

    Have a great day!

  2. I love the grain on Walnut – the dark wood is so in right now and will probably always be an up to date wood to use.

  3. Good morning! How is your day going? I am happy that I found your blog! These furnishings are fabulous! I’ve never seen such a beautiful wardrobe an I am a home expert

  4. Wow beautifully finished furniture. Trade Furniture

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