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.
This table is designed with tapered legs for a light look, but it’s built with solid joinery.
Our Woodworking Essentials series continues as we show you how to select the right door and drawer for your project.
In this final chapter of our series on casework construction we take a look at special accessories and hardware to maximize storage and convenience in all the rooms in your home.
Chapter 3 of our Woodworking Essentials Supplement gives you the best way to put it all together.
Chapter Four in our continuing series on casework construction provides you with valuable information and smart strategies for putting your project together.
A cope-and-stick router bit set will fundamentally change your woodworking.
Our Woodworking Essentials series on casework construction continues with a look at door hinges and drawer slides.
New TVs changes the rules of designing cabinets.
A stub tenon is a great joint for small doors. Here are the two best ways to make it.
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