Closet/Humidor Transformation

PolarGar

ChestBeater
Here are the last 3 shots. Most of the materials are in except the remaining 3 of 4 boxes of Spanish Cedar. So far I have just about enough one quarter inch panel to cover about a third of the walls and none of the 1 inch planks which we plan to fashion into shelving and a small (we are talking tiny!) cabinet.
 

PolarGar

ChestBeater
Where did you order your spanish ceder panels from? I will be doing the same thing in the next coming months.

I ordered the panels and planks from a woodworking company in Phoenix. I only have one of four packages that were shipped and so have my fingers crossed. Phoenix to Rankin Inlet is quite a trek so I'm willing to give the fellow the benefit of the doubt.
 

PolarGar

ChestBeater
Thanks for the encouragement guys. :tu I will keep the camera handy as my dear ol Dad is flying in tomorrow to "surprise" me for my 40th birthday. I am insisting everyone wear name tags by the way at my party because I'm pretty sure my warranty is shot and my eyesight and memory can't be far behind.

In any case he has turned into quite the handyman in his retirement. I had a client give me a hammer once as a gift with an arrow pointing to the handle which read "hold hammer here" so yeah I'm not really handy. Between my Dad and another friend up here I'm sure I'll be fine. :D
 

brigey

WAR EAGLE!
I have decided I am converting a smallish closet into a humidor. It has long been a dream of mine to have a walk in humidor - this won't quite be that, but is bigger than I need at present.

Somehow I think I will grow into it.

I have received the first box of Spanish Cedar 1/4 inch panel for the walls and have a Hydra LG on the way. I will keep you posted with pics and more detail as the materials start to flow way up north here. :tu

Please send pictures, this is also a dream of mine. I have been drawing up plans and trying to sell the idea. I'm looking for a walking style closet humi. :tu:D
 
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