Early American Dry Sink Plans

Early American Dry Sink Plans
The dry sink is a hallmark piece of Early American furniture. Dry sinks are often used nowadays for hallway or kitchen cabinetry, providing ample storage space. It's so versatile it can even be used as a small bar or buffet. Make it of solid wood, or opt for hardwood plywood. Plan details natural wood drawer slides, but you could opt for hardware. The final dimensions: 18" deep, x 36" wide, x 34-3/4" high. Authentic reprodution.

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This is a blueprint style plan which is heralded by beginners and experts alike as being a pleasure to work from because all parts are printed in full size -- all joinery is shown in actual size, curved workpieces are all in full size, therefore you can measure and trace straight from the drawing if necessary. A bill of materials doubles as an exact cutting list, there is a detailed exploded diagram, and all hardware requirements are provided. The exploded diagram so detailed that project specific assembly instructions are not provided. A special booklet entitled Guide to Building Wood Furniture is included with each Furniture Designs, Inc. plan and includes many.

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