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Have you ever wanted to know how to build a liquor cabinet that can only hold one bottle of liquor? Look no further to one of the most niche creations I’ve done for the channel. This single bottle liquor cabinet has a sliding tambour door and is made from mahogany, utilizing hand cut dovetails, bent lamination legs from white oak, and an easy wipe on and wipe off application of simple finish. This single bottle liquor cabinet is an easy beginner project into tambour experiments as the tambour door, while long, does not have a lot of travel. The router work can either be done with a pattern bit or with a number of different fence set ups, making this a very manageable project. The interior shelves of the cabinet are designed to be removable individual coasters that are finished with a simple brushing lacquer. The hand cut dovetails are a touch more advanced, but can easily be replaced with any type of corner joinery that you’re comfortable with. The result here, is a danish modern or mid century modern bar decor that can house your top shelf booze with a low ball glass or two to share with friends. If you make a similar design, don’t forget to tag me in your build so I can see what you’re getting into.
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Go check out my video on the first outdoor project for my channel! The outdoor GFRC concrete table with inlaid live edge maple and shou sugi ban base. The ultimate addition to any backyard or patio space.