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How to Build a 3-Tier, Lazy Susan Cutting Board

A tri-level pedestal is a festive way to serve appetizers and desserts. The cherry-wood pedestal could also work as a cutting board, an...

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Top 27 Cherry Projects

  1. 1. The Young and Desperate Part 2 (04:45)

    An ugly awning and peeling paint are just two of this home's many problems.

  2. 2. Safety First (04:47)

    Not only is this kitchen outdated, but a gas leak is making it hazardous.

  3. 3. The Young and Desperate Part 3 (04:25)

    An ugly awning and peeling paint are just two of this home's many problems.

  4. 4. Warmer, More Welcoming Kitchen (00:03:15)

    This kitchen gets the warmth and attention to detail that it badly needed.

  5. 5. The Little Kitchen That Wood (03:19)

    Natural and recycled materials give this kitchen an updated look.

  6. 6. A Final Fix (03:29)

    Thanks to Marc, Erin and Megan no longer prop up the oven hood with a fork.

  7. 7. Custom Made Cherry Molding (03:03)

    Paul and homeowner Jen create custom molding for Jen's cherry cabinetry.

  8. 8. The Young and Desperate Part 4 (03:05)

    An ugly awning and peeling paint are just two of this home's many problems.

  9. 9. Exotic Hardwood Floors (02:18)

    Imported exotic woods bring a captivating look to any kitchen floor.

  10. 10. Goblet With Captive Ring (00:20:00)

    Dave transforms a block of solid cherry into a goblet with a captive ring.

  11. 11. Bachelor Bath (07:18)

    Matt helps a homeowner give an urban vibe to his boring beige bathroom.

  12. 12. Wood-Paneled Wall (03:30)

    A cherry-paneled wall acts as a masculine accent in this bedroom.

  13. 13. Luxury Wine Cellar (03:56)

    Amy helps a couple build a cellar for their large wine collection.

  14. 14. Haunted Landscape (03:10)

    The crew helps a certified ghosthunter bring his scary yard back to life.

  15. 15. How to Install Cherry Wall Railing

    Learn how to apply Brazilian cherry railing to wall paneling with these easy step-by-step instructions.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
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