A toe kick for a cabinet project I have been working on; I had to build a grid to keep the HVAC guy happy as the intake would have been difficult and costly to relocate. It is removable and held in place with magnets, so you can clean the dust bunnies out from under the cabinet.
When cutting and assembly the horizontal slats (oriented vertically in the picture), I made sure I kept them in order so the grain in the wood flowed from one slat to the other with only the negative space to interrupt it. I know that this detail is not something the average person would ever notice, or even see, but I know it is there. So if you ever fall and can’t get up, take a few minutes to observe what your room and furniture look like from that point of view. I mean what else are you going to do while waiting for Life Alert to send help.
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I’m the owner of Benham Design Concepts, a mixed media art studio where I design and build custom furniture and other works of art using wood, glass, stone, and various metals.
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