I'm looking for some reliable, half decent looking plans for some wooden
interior shutters. Anyone built any or have a good site/link to point me
The things we do to keep our wives content.
I know that Woodsmith and or Shop Notes show how to make shutter or louvered
doors in an earlier issue although I cannot find it. WoodSmith #115 page 4
shows how to make them quick.
Lowell, are you referring to issue 151?
Yes, that is the issue. I haven't dissected the article yet, but it looks
reasonable to me.
I think I would purchase one blind in order to have a model in front of me
for an example.
The quality of what you could produce in your own shop should be far
superior to the massed produced blinds.
You could make them out of cherry, walnut, mahogany, maple, sapele. . . .
No more ugly poorly stained white pine :-)
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