The basic crown portion, 3 pieces. A base 3/4' x 1-1/2" tall piece that
has a kerf cut along its length and a small cove on its bottom edge.
Then a 1/2" x 5/8" piece with a small cove at the bottom edge, even with
the top of the base piece and another the piece with the same dimension
but with a round over on the bottom edge that sets under the base piece.
These are all attached to 3/4" x 2" pieces that are securely attached to
the separate units.
Here is a pic of the profile from the back side
I just drew it. ;~) Crowns are easy if you make them from built up
layers of wood and just about anything looks good. I actually built the
crown on the cabinets rather than before attaching.
LED ribbon lighting with a remote control on/off/dimmer.
The density is about 1 LED per inch. The ribbon LED strips are located
just behind the front face frame and stuck to the top pointing down.
You can't see the lighting unless you stick your head inside the cabinet
and look up. ;~)
I got the LED materials from Lee Valley.
I bet that is a great relief to have the project delivered.
It is always a good feeling........and I have a saying to fit these
"seeing the clients home in the rear view mirror"
Very nice piece and well thought out.
"Leon" wrote in message
On 11/2/2014 2:02 PM, Leon wrote:
The completed job delivered and in the customers home.
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