Mornin' Folks *yawn* Today is Monday #2 for this week
I suppose that is the downside to having Wednesday off.
Thanks for all the drool and very nice comments. I know this sounds immature, but I just want this done. I am almost delirious from the tension of waiting to get the hardware into this plastic box.
But, there is a decision I must make: The hinges.
I was having second-thoughts on the way they look, and it was scratching away at the back of my mind in an irritating manner. I had put it aside but then I got a comment, "I don't know about the hinges...".
It seems that I was not off my rocker. They do seem out of place; they belong on a wooden door.
Hmmm... not sure what to do yet. If I replace the hinges, then I will need to find some that have the same hole-placement (not always as easy as one would imagine). I have a couple of days as I fabricate the front support to ponder this.
Any other input? Are the hinges to out of place?
I generally would carry on my merry and odd way, but this has also been gnawing away at me.
Some input would be appreciated. Thank you.
~ The round over on inside cuts is done the same way as the outside cuts, but the bearing, or guide surface must be able to fit inside the opening.
Well, Imma gonna head on over to Friedmans (hardware store) after work and poke through the hardware there for hinge possibilities. I have a couple here that are large enough, and the finish is nice (brushed- bronze) but the hole pattern is different.
Again, input and criticism is appreciated.