Some people call them futons but we prefer the more comfy-sounding "double lounge".
What started out as a simple lamp project turned into this nifty plant stand!
This project is made-to-order for woodworkers who want to practice biscuit assembly (the joinery at the legs and aprons is different from the joinery on a standard table).
This desktop organizer is so attractive you'll want to keep your books, photos, knick-knacks and other odds-and-ends neatly arranged in its drawers and on its shelves.
Organization meets attractiveness in this handsome piece that has as much storage space inside it as a small closet.
This dressing table speaks volumes of how furniture was built during the early 18th century.
Reproduce and art & crafts classic and reward yourself with the ultimate easy chair.
Construction lumber dressed up for display.
This small cabinet was originally intended to store sheet music, and although times have changed, it is a nice, small-scale piece of furniture.
Make boxes to fit your books – and your space.
This North Carolina beauty exemplifies the style of the early South.
Coffee tables didn't exist as a furniture form until the 1920s (when they were known as cocktail tables). So while there is no true Shaker coffee table, this design works well with other Shaker-influenced furniture.
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