Tansu Wall Cabinet | Mike Pekovich
Make a Tansu Wall Cabinet with Mike Pekovich
Join Mike Pekovich and make a beautiful wall cabinet in this six-day class.
Dovetails and through-tenons provide plenty of strength and offer some visual interest, and Mike has some great tips for cutting accurate, stress-free joinery.
The frame-and-panel door gives the cabinet its personality and offers some solid lessons in cabinet making. You’ll learn how to make, fit, and hang a traditional door.
In addition, you’ll finish it off with a Kumiko panel. This traditional Japanese latticework technique is a lot of fun and can brighten up just about any project. We’ll finish off the case with a drawer that offers a simple alternative to the dovetailed drawer.
Key Learning Points
- Frame & Panel doors
- Dovetail drawers
- Hanging doors
- Through tenons
Mike, a long-time woodworker, and the instructor is the creative director and editor at Fine Woodworking magazine and the author of The Why and How of Woodworking.
Note that the materials fee: $200 (includes hinges, hardware, bullet catch, Kumiko materials, and case materials)
Workshop Days: Monday to Saturday
Instruction Time: 9:00am – 4:30pm
School Opens:. 8:30am – 5pm
Tools You Will Need
Tuition & Materials:
One-time registration fee