Original air date: January 10, 1998
Norm asks, “Have you ever noticed that most armoires and linen presses are too big to fit in today’s rooms and look just right?” However, in a private collection in Savannah, Georgia, he finds a beautiful antique linen press whose three-foot by six-foot size make it versatile enough to fit in almost any room. Featuring streamlined, raised-panel double doors with detail beading, its simple design seems almost modern. Back in The New Yankee Workshop, Norm recreates this piece out of recycled pine to give it a vintage look.
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You get all contents of the original plans in a multiple-page PDF document for easy viewing and printing.