Guys. This is a super special post.
Because our little
Monkey Master of Mystery makes a cameo. Twice. Once with an iron. (Don’t ask me what he’s doing with that iron. He’s a professional, kids. I will not try this at home.)
Not only that, but we’ve once again got some brand-new, one-of-a-kind Daniel Friedman design. This time, D-Money makes cabinets. From scratch. Like, you will not find these cabinets anywhere else in the world. Which kind of makes me cry at night.
Just when I thought Daniel could do it all, he goes and does something new that I hadn’t even thought of, because, honestly, I don’t spend much of my day wondering how cabinets are built. Which means he does… more than all?
Does this make him a woodworker, too, or something?
For this project, Daniel took birch veneer plywood, iron and copper pipes (signature DFD, folks) and old wooden castors (apparently, those are wheels) and whipped up a little dish of awesome sauce. See below.
We’ll take a closer look later this week at the final result and my favorite little detail. It’ll be yours, too, I promise.