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Buffet & Hutch Illustrations by Mike Del Rizzo; Lead Photo by Ray Pilon Expandable Dining Room Table - Issue #34Dining Room Chairs - Issue #35 This is the third project of a three part series for your dining room.
In Issue #34 of Canadian Woodworking we showed you how to build the dining room table, and in Issue #35 we detailed the step-by-step construction of the chairs.We now complete this dining room set with a buffet and hutch.
Once again we are using solid oak and oak veneer plywood for the project.You can use a different wood species and make changes to the dimensions of the buffet and hutch to suit the overall style of your dining room.
The carcase requires the most attention because it's assembled using dadoes and rabbets.The face frame is assembled using pocket hole screws and the doors using mortise and tenon joinery.The lower doors have a solid oak raised panel and the upper doors have 3mm glass inserts.
We finished this project with three coats of oil-based polyurethane, sanding with 200-grit paper between each coat.Building the BuffetBegin by cutting two side panels (A) and mark them left and right.
Then cut a ¼" x ⅜" rabbet on the...