By Pat Warner

t seems to be a part of human nature to put things on display. This sliding-door wall cabinet makes a perfect showcase for collectibles —be it fine china, art objects, or some well-preserved antique tools. The lines of the cabinet are clean and simple, and the full-width shelves are adjustable for position. The cabinet shown in the photos is made of soft, white ash left unfinished, because I like the brilliant "in-the-whitc" look of this wood.

The construction is designed for strength. The corners of the carcase are joined with a half-dovetail rab-

FIG. 1: WALL-CABINET CARCASE

front view corner-joint detail

FIG. 1: WALL-CABINET CARCASE

front view corner-joint detail

Size back frame to fit rear of carcase.

BACK R/UL

Cat back rail tenons Vu in. wide x Va in. long.

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