This historical reproduction of a rare table is easier to build than it looks, thanks to an unusual rabbet.
This stylish revival of a traditional furniture project will be a welcome addition to your home, as well as an heirloom to last for generations.
Showcase your skills with this traditionally styled tall dresser.
Louvered-Door TV Console
With bold looks and wide top for almost any size TV, this console is designed with the demands of a modern media center in mind.
Low Cherry Bookcase
Start with a basic box made from a single sheet of plywood, then add a few solid frames to get a great-looking bookcase.
Inspired by a carved table by noted Arts & Crafts designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
These cool looking shelves are super-lightweight and attach to the wall with hidden cleats, so they look like they are magically floating in air!
Mahogany Coffee Table
With solid-wood parts, a beveled glass top, and unique gridwork, this is one table you'll be proud to showcase in your home.
Keep your desktop clear and your papers in order with this attractive organizer.
Make Your First Cabriole Legs
Learn to create this classic furniture detail using a template, a band saw and a little lathe work.
Making Stub-Tenon Doors
A stub tenon is a great joint for small doors. Here are the two best ways to make it.