The style is powered by the industrial revolution, and the joinery is some of the strongest in woodworking. This mirror is built for the long haul.
With hammer in hand, we show you how to build a reproduction of a well-proportioned cabinet from an often-overlooked Shaker colony in Enfield, Conn.
This attractive but simple bookcase is quick, affordable and requires only a few tools. It's a great weekend project.
This cabinet is a good lesson in rabbet joinery, wood selection, wood movement and fitting a door.
This small tea table was originally made more than 100 years ago.
Showcase your skills with this traditionally styled tall dresser.
Guided by an original bench from the Shaker community in Hancock, Mass.
This project is good for an aspiring beginner and manages to squeeze a bit of storage from place that is usually wasted – under the table top, which simply lifts off.
The triangular shape of this table puts off most woodworkers. Here's a secret: It's actually quite easy to build.
Complete instructions, drawings and photos for building a tall and narrow storage cabinet made from maple and maple plywood.
Complete drawings, instructions and cutting list to build two different tub tables using compound miters.
Two tones of color and sharp, square edges give this piece modern flair.
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