Craftsman Style Tile Frame

Made in PG Walnut Ply: I should dial in a few kerf adjustments but otherwise I’m pretty happy with the overall shape and simplicity. There’s a keyhole hanger on the back and a flip out leg on a toothpick hinge for self standing. Fits the usual 8 cent Home Depot tiles :slightly_smiling_face:

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The frame is very cool. I have many questions about the photo, however. :wink:

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Elegant design with the incorporated fold-out stand. :+1:

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That is a unique design and uses the tabs so cleverly for the mortices and tenons. Nice work. Perfect for the tile container.

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Really beautiful design! This is certainly at the top of my list for favorite frames I’ve seen on here.

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Great frame design

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Very nice frame! It really calls to me. Our dining room furniture is mission style so that frame would fit right in.

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What a great design! I love how clean it looks.

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Thank you :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: my dad is one of those very straight types. On the rare occasion he’s goofy it must be immortalized.

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Why thank you @kittski :blush:

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Thank you! My entire neighborhood is Craftsman so my previous Ikea modern just doesn’t work anymore. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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Love the frame! Nice capture of the moment.

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Brilliant design on the joints and perfect for the tiles. Should scale nicely for bigger items too. Thanks for sharing!

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Thank you! And yes, the thin PG ply is ok for a little 4" tile but I’ve got 1/4" on order that I’m hoping will look more appropriate for some larger projects. I’d like to extend the tenons on the front so I can sand them into the classic pyramid shape.

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Very nice! Love the design!

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That would certainly put them over the top!

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