Larry Ciesla Woodworking

Oak Doors for an Entertainment Center

This entertainment center was originally sized to hold an older glass tube television.  Wanting to upgrade to a modern flat panel television, this customer wanted to resize his old entertainment center by simply making the entire structure wider thus gaining enough interior space to hold his new TV.  I was asked if I could make new doors that would match the existing doors and be wide enough to accomodate the new cabinet width.  Using one of the old doors as an example, I made the eight doors that enclose the center space.  I was also asked to custom make some of the unusual moulding that runs horizontally that would match what had been there before.
The top and bottom doors are hinged in the middle and can be folded and stored in a pocket on either side.