Wooden It Be Nice - Custom Woodworking
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We are a custom woodworking business, designing and building handmade furniture as well as wood repairs for broken furniture. Scott Bennett's work has been published in Canadian Home Workshop magazine. His talent was recognized at a young age and competed in several international cabinetmaking competitions when in high school with Skills Canada and the Vocational Institute Clubs of America..

Services Provided
Custom Furniture, Wood Furniture Repair

Areas Served
Brooklin, Whitby, Oshawa, Ajax, Pickering, Clarington, Port Perry, Uxbridge

Certifications and Awards
Canadian Home Workshop magazine published one of our basement renovations which included a built-in desk, linen cabinet, fireplace mantle, and built-in bookshelf.RBC used one of our bathroom renovation photos in a home improvement publication.
Contact: Scott Bennett
Location: Brooklin, Ontario L1M 2C3
Canada
License Number: 260080205
Commented: Deciding how to mix wood tones/color in bedroom If they are not on the same wall, and expresso may work. If they will be close to each other, I don't recommend trying to find a match as it will be noticeable that they aren't from the same maker. ...
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Commented: Nightstands - Approach to take when not matching bed/headboard My advice is to not have two stained pieces of furniture together that are different colors. As a woodworker, I've learned over the years that natural (unstained) woods of two different colors can si...
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Commented: What wood is this? The pattern of the grain looks suspicious to me. That is not a constant grain pattern you can get from solid wood. I suspect the doors have been finished with a grain pattern applied to them. You s...
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Commented: Wood touch up paint & filler? There is a wood filler product that is like play dough. I use it in various colors and kneed them together to get the right tone. About the caulk - from an energy perspective, I understand the need t...
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Commented: Help with Staining White Poplar! What you can do is apply a coat of shellac first to seal the wood. Then you can apply a gel stain which won't soak into the wood and cause an uneven grain pattern. Test it on a sample first as the l...
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Commented: wood balusters on knee eall without shoe rail The reason a shoerail is used is because it secures the balusters with a strong joint between the balusters and the wall. If you're looking for a cleaner look, you could do a shoerail shown in this v...
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