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ry-OBI-ONE+ Kenobi

Member Since: 11/2017


    • Definitely a creative solution to help fix the space problem!
      By RYOBI NATION, on December 28, 2017

    • Nothin better than functional simplicity.
      By Bizzybody7, on April 27, 2018
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    • Cool! What's next on the list?
      By RYOBI NATION, on December 20, 2017
      • Helmet, body armor, shields a maybe, most likely another sword. All wood.
        By ry-OBI-ONE+ Kenobi, on December 20, 2017
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    • The pictures really show the progression. Thanks for sharing!
      By RYOBI NATION, on December 12, 2017
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    • Wow! This is magical! What a great build - the succulents look great in this heart-shaped planter!
      By RYOBI NATION, on November 13, 2017
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    • We're big fans of the barn doors - always a good choice! The contrast between the darker top and the white base is perfect.
      By RYOBI Nation, on November 10, 2017

    • What are the dimensions? Where did you get the barn door hardware? Great looking piece!
      By daveg6, on November 10, 2017

    • Thank you. Dimensions are 32''H x 19''D x 59''W. For the barn door hardware I made it myself using pulleys and bar flats, all coated with a black enamel. Spent about $70 due to some mistakes I made. If I could do it again I would look for higher quality grooved wheels with spokes. These metal pulleys are not made with any precision whatsoever.
      By ry-OBI-ONE+ Kenobi, on November 11, 2017

    • Looks great, love the little barn doors!
      By essemcee, on December 8, 2017
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    • What a great gift! Nicely done! How did you get the distressed look on these shelves? We dig it!
      By RYOBI Nation, on November 10, 2017
      • Thank you. Got the distressed look by starting with a base stain and then before it completely dries I coated it with a white wash pickling and within minutes I rigorously scrubbed the excess off with a towel.
        By ry-OBI-ONE+ Kenobi, on November 10, 2017
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    • Such a cool piece! We love the mixed metal, piping, and wood -- especially with that warm grey stain! Nice work!
      By RYOBI Nation, on November 10, 2017
      • Thank you. First time trying something like this and it wasn't pretty at first. Almost had to scrap the build because nothing was coming together but I was pot committed from the costs alone, so I started to deviate from the plan and kept persistent.
        By ry-OBI-ONE+ Kenobi, on November 10, 2017

    • That grey stain is great, what did you use?
      By mkaltenberg, on November 11, 2017

    • The stain is wedgewood (behr semi-transparent) and then a coat of whitewash pickling.
      By ry-OBI-ONE+ Kenobi, on November 11, 2017
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