Now I will catch this thread up to my old one that I am not going to post on anymore. I am currently finishing the trim on the bookcase.
This is the first base cabinet frame, I used a pocket jig from harbor freight to build it. This jig is much better than the kreg one because it is all metal.
Another picture of the cabinet
Cant see the joints
This is with the shelves installed
My wood pile that I end up adding to every other day
Panels pre cut for the cabinets.
The wall to stage right of the screen
assembling a cabinet. You can see my pocket jig
General placement of cabinet.
View from back of room
Same spot turned left. The walls are actually a much darker color but the shades are open.
First 18"X30" built
Other two cabinets
The back wall used to be an exterior wall and I didnt want to have to try to run wires through it so I just built my own false wall, this is after it is built and I am running speaker wire.
Beginning of 7.1 outlet
myself running wires
Before I pulled the wires tight
Close up of box
First toe kick built
Close up of toe kick
4 base cabinets installed
DVD shelf built
Close up of face frame and wainscoting on shelf
Counter top installed
Joint by DVD shelf
Looking pretty good
Getting ready to stain
counter top stained
This is with the top cabinet in place
This is with the other top cabinet, and the header with lighting installed.
First cabinet door built
backside of door
Installed Plywood on back over r-30 insulation for soundproofing
Top header above right top cabinet
And now I am caught up to 3/21/2012. From the first picture to now took about a week and a half because I was on spring break last week so I had alot of spare time. Today I am waiting on the electricians to finish outlets and fix the can lights(previous electrician was an idiot). So please tell me what you think so far and any tips and suggestions are greatly appreciated.