Build this historically inspired lounge to make a statement in your living room — and about your woodworking skill.
This historically inspired chair has just eight parts. With router templates and simple canvas upholstery, you’ll be kicking back and relaxing in no time.
Most hall benches live a quiet life of service, which is fine. But as you see here, that service doesn't have to be lived without style.
Just start with a simple plywood box and go from there. You won't believe the end result... Some basic materials and simple joinery add up to a great-looking window bench.
A heavy oak frame combined with simple construction and a hair-on hide creates a chair that’s not only comfortable, but handsome as well.
This chair will be at home in a variety of settings. And since it relies on simple construction techniques, it’s easy to build.
This bench is a simple country classic. It might look kind of familiar, because this basic style has been used for ages.
This compact bench has a comfortable, woven cotton seat. And built with mortise and tenon joinery, it will last for years.
This bench takes storage and seating to a new level and at the same time offers a convenient place to sit while jotting down a note.
Mortise and tenon joinery, a sculpted seat, and curved legs combine to make this bench an elegant addition to your home.
Solid frame and panel construction makes this bench as sturdy as it is attractive.
Form and function combine in this sleek-looking seat. It’s a bench that will look at home in an entryway or any room in the house.
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