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Woodythepecker

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Keith, nothing wrong with paint, mdf and pine when it produces something like that. Very nice.

Regards

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Aaaahhhhhh, the pain! My eyes, my eyes!

Okay, so I couldn't resist. Sorry. It looks great, Keith. Did matching up the panel configuration with the windows give you any headaches, or are you naturally lucky?


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Keith,
Is that a hinged seat? Somewhere to keep your croquet mallets???
Nice one!
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Keith Smith

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Thanks very much; I think, when Alf posts "I've made this in MDF" I'll know I've convinced you. :lol:

Alf, just lucky I suppose, or was it the 3 days spent working it out with Turbocad? It was made as a kit and assembled on site.

Philly, I am reliably informed that the customer is keeping two children in the storage box.

John, it is just undercoated. - Customer is getting a painter in to paint the room

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I love window seats and that one looks good, I wish I had a window to put it in.


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That works really well. You have enhanced a very attractive window.

Well done

Roy
 

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That's excellent Keith! And it's exactly the sort of thing my wife wanted me to make. But I ended up just making a blanket chest come window seat. It appears far more difficult to make furniture fitted - is it?
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Steve Maskery

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Very nice, and suitably unusual. Have you got photos of the process? I can't speak for the GW team, but If I'd made that, I'd have written it up along the way and hoped to be published. I'm sure many people would be interested to read how you did it.
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hmmmmmmmmmmm........ I wonder if SWMBO would fit in somethin like that.....

Ahem....

nice job Keith....
 
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what can I add? Looks very nice and makes me thinkabout our bay woindows. Do you have any plans to pad the top and make it a comfortable window seat?
 

Keith Smith

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Thanks again, glad you like it even if it is mostly MDF.

Steve I already write for The Woodworker, this has been duly photographed during construction along with about another six recent projects; so busy making things no time to write. :roll:

Tony, it isn't mine just a job for a hopefully happy customer.

Keith
 
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