Category Archives: Patio Furniture

Monster Maple Log with Burls

Here’s something for the pro’s. This giant Maple log with burls, is over 12 feet tall and 4 feet wide at the base. This is a one-of-a-kind piece.  If you would like more information, contact us at projects@windsorplywood.com

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Highly Detailed Wooden Vehicles and Train by Earl- My Windsor Project

The follow story and pictures were sent in from Earl
I’ve been woodworking since I retired from BC Hydro in Nanaimo. Always get my lumber from Windsor Plywood in Nanaimo. I get my plans from Toys and Joys in Lynden Washington.

Excavating vehicles and logging trucks are in high demand. Each project takes about 2 weeks to complete, 5 hours per working day.

Right now I’m make 4 logging trucks on special order.

Hope this helps.

Earl

eradu@shaw.ca

Live Edge Lumber Mantel Project from Cranbrook, BC

The store owner from the Windsor Plywood Cranbrook sent a few pictures to share with visitors.

Big Addition to a Small Cabin by George – My Windsor Project Contest Entry

As we are now living in our cabin as a year round home our plan was to make the kitchen bigger and make room for a proper water filtering system. We started by enclosing our existing 12’ x 14’ covered overhang. We also moved the dining room wall 4’ to the west. This meant rearranging the existing bathroom and by doing so we converted an existing bedroom into an ensuite and mechanical room. WE are only days away from having everything done  (has been a long 4 months). Part of the problem was the original cabin is 50 years old, it has a 30-year-old addition and we are using modern building techniques. The doors are from Windsor Plywood and are made from Brazilian Plantation pine. The cedar beams and all of the pine trim and baseboards are also from Windsor Plywood. We are very pleased with the results and have received a number of compliments.

PICTURES
-152 & 154-exisitng covered deck prior to construction
-173 & 174-covered deck framed in
-193- old living room – 734 & 735 new living room
-194-old bathroom-744 new bathroom
-226-old bathroom from old laundry room-743 new
-242-from proposed new kitchen looking through gutted bedroom that was converted to ensuite and mechanical room-731 & 742 new
-247-dining room wall moved over 4’ -728 new
-248-from proposed kitchen through new dining room and living room-738 new
-250-fom LR through DR and kitchen with old ceiling-728 new
-901-picture of doors before installation
-902-West LR wall-736 new
-730, 731 and 733-new photos

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Music and Craft Room Project by Selena – My Windsor Project Contest Entry

An room in our unfinished basement was finished to create a music/craft room.

Custom built-in shelves and curved desk were made out of 3/4″ melamine and trimmed with white iron-on melamine edging. A Kregg shelf pin jig was used to create custom shelf heights. The built-in shelving unit was trimmed with MDF mouldings – baseboard #514 for the two vertical pieces for the centre shelving section, S4S #MFSP105 & sash bead #9532 were used to create the custom header for the built-in shelves. Built-in shelf backer board was made out of particle/MDF board and painted a contrasting colour for a pop of colour.

The S4S #MFSP105 & sash bead #9532 mouldings were used to trim out the top of the doors (French & solid core).

1/2″ MDF was used to make a custom window sill and jambs for the window. The S4S #MFSP105 & sash bead #9532 mouldings were also used to trim out the top of the window.

Mouldings
Materials used:

– 1/2″ MDF (window sill and jambs)

– White iron-on melamine edging (used on all built in melamine shelves)

– 3/4″ melamine (for built in shelves and built desk)

– 11/16″ x 4-9/16″ (MFSP105) S4S MDF moulding

– 1/2″ x 1-3/8″ (9532) MDF sash bead moulding

– 1/2″ x 5-1/4″ (514) MDF baseboard moulding

– Particle/MDF board

– Shelf pins

– Kreg shelf pin jig

For the Doors

Materials used:

– 2 x 24 inch hollow core interior door (slabs)

– Pine door jamb

– 32 inch solid core interior door (pre hung)

– Door hinges

– Door lever style handles

– MDF moulding for finishing

Solid core doors was used as entrance door to a music room. Solid core door was used to reduce noise. Hollow core doors were hung (by us!) as French doors on closet. French doors allow easy access to musical instruments. Moulding was used to trim out doors.

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Feedback from a Windsor Plywood Customer

November 11 – email received by Windsor Plywood Coquitlam (after deadline for the My Windsor Project Contest)

Subject: Thanks for you!

We wanted to let you know how happy we are with our gorgeous, textured fiberglass door! It has exceeded our expectations!! We’ve taken many photographs, from all angles and different lighting too! It is a true showpiece. Thank you Dave, at Windsor Plywood, Richard, at Richwood Interiors Ltd. and Atilla, at L&A Woodwork Design!! Everyone has been so professional and very helpful in this process. We spent a good sum of money but it was worth every penny!! Unbelievable workmanship from beginning to end!
Sincerely, Glenda and Denis S.
Denis and Glenda Serena Coquitlam

16′ Cedar Strip Kayak – 2007 Contest Entry

cedarstrip kayakThis was a picture of a cedar strip kayak sent in from a customer of the Windsor Plywood Lethbridge. It was constructed of Clear Cedar, Oak and Ash.

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