Sellers Home TV Unit
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After designing and making Paul’s new rocking chair design, Paul thought, ‘It just doesn’t get better than this!’ Then he said the same about the coffee table and the bookcase. Well, here we are again. It just doesn’t get any better than!! . . . But we know it will! This is Paul’s chance to introduce you to his latest furniture piece for the Sellers’ Home living room. Lots to learn in this one, and we hope that you will enjoy watching and working through the whole series of episodes with Paul!
I was interested to see that Paul didn’t leave horns on the ends of the stiles in these frames. In previous projects he’s talked about the value of leaving horns to make it easier to disassemble the frame during construction without damaging the wood. I’m assuming it’s because these are small frames so he doesn’t see it as necessary. Is that correct? Or is related to how soft the material is (and, therefore, subject to dents). Appreciate any guidance Paul has on this. Thanks.
I asked Paul and he said:
You answered your own question-on smaller units it’s not necessary.
Beautiful piece of work ! I love how it ties in so well with all the other furniture of the room ..
That is a great Intro. I love it!
Lots of good stuff this week. Interesting how its going together. Bull strong and hog tight for sure.
Every single project something new. Basics there for new members and gems for others. We even have to listen carefully for some of them, just briefly slipped in without fanfare. Paul you really are one of the most gifted educators on youtube.
It’s interesting seeing all the comments about people’s dislike of some of the new intros, dubbed sequences and music choices.
Personally I’m really enjoying the whole Sellers Home series for its variation from the previous styles. Really like the sequences at the beginning just watching Paul do his thing, reminding us of all that prep work that goes on before layout.
Thank you for the kind comments and feedback.
I agree with Mr Simpson. The variety of music and voiceover while the master creates is quite enjoyable! A huge thank you to Mr Sellers and team!