The next order of business was to apply Cherry veneer to the flexible panels"Wacky Wood" for the curved section backs. I use spray contact cement applied to both the veneer and the wacky wood Then stick the two together, No Room For error here once these two touch they don't move.
At this stage I have trimmed the cherry nosings and sanded all the parts prior to assembly. I have pre-assembled the individual sections of the cabinet and then attached the three curved sections together to form one unit.
I should mention here that Prior to even doing the final design, I have cut and physically checked a cardboard template to make sure that I have the correct shape. So I'm pretty confident this is going to fit.
Where this unit comes in contact with the wall I will leave myself A scribe section added to the ends that will be cut to fit the wall perfectly. As we all know that you have to asume that no wall is perfectly straight.
Next up are the solid wood pieces for the end panels and the vertical styles that will be applied to the joints where these sections come together. I do have the drawer base carcass constructed and ready to attach to this unit, but for ease of transport and installation I won't attach that section until this gets installed.