A classic design with extra stability and an antique finish.
This handy little stool would be useful in any room of the house.
One hundred years ago, Gustav Stickley's cabinetmakers built the original version of this splay-legged side table.
This chest is an adaptation of a 1901 Gustav Stickley design.
Having built the cabriole legs, now it's time to complete this classic piece.
We found a way to get the most wine storage out of the smallest space.
This historical reproduction of a rare table is easier to build than it looks, thanks to an unusual rabbet.
It's a handy guest been when needed, but the bed folds into the wall and give your house a bonus room.
Here's all the information necessary to build a highly prized example of west coast Arts & Crafts furniture.
Glen Huey shares his techniques in building a reproduction blanket chest of a Shaker original from the Canaan, NY area.
Bring your woodworking into the kitchen with the simple, circular maple cutting board.
One built by hand. One built with power tools
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