In July 2005 American Woodworker magazine issue #115, I saw an article on building this attractive hutch (left). I spontaniously fell in love with it and read the complete article. This hutch was very nice but was far too big for my dinning room. The only place where to put such furniture is on either side of the arch door tying the dinning room and the living room.
Then I had the idea of adapting the plan and building two similar but narrower hutches that would fit into the available space on both sides of the arch door, which is 29 inches.
To see what would look like such narrow hutches, I scanned the original picture (left) from the magazine and worked it out with MS Paint software by selecting/coping/pasting different areas of the original picture to "build" a new picture, as shown (right). The result is not perfect, but I got the general idea of this future project (in fact, two).
Do you like it? The project should be on my website soon.
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